Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO)

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CHAPIN we affectionately dedicate this l9-42 Nor'easter. fy fs N 'A ' WM ii 'IIT f umm? 0 WWW 'N Of course l'm confused, who wouldn't be with all the new experiences l've had? My title now is the disgusting name "sophie," at least the upper-classmen delight in flinging it at me. The first days of enrollment passed quickly after the meaning of 4-2, 3-3, and 3-2 courses was explained to me. Then the great problem of deciding whether Latin or algebra was the easier subject was solved-l took them both. I soon made friends of the office force after lingering too long in the halls and tb-eing faced with the prospect of obtaining an admit. By the way, I shortly discovered the use of excuse cards, locker permits, and tardy slips, They surely come in handy, don't they? You know what, we have self government. The student council makes laws and they are carried through by represent- atives from the home rooms. lf you're not too ignorant and put some elbow grease on your home work, you are sure to land on the honor roll. This is something to work for l mean to tell you. Then there is a system of continuing your favor- ite subject beyond the classroom by joining a club. l learned more and had the opportunity to add some real fun to the daily monotony by means of the social events. The first year has gone and with it my puzzled expres- sion, for now l'm a knowing Junior lying in wait for thefnew batch of sophomores. Ask me something, anything at all, l can answer it. That's right, l'm the timid sophomore grown up into the amazing junior you see before you. l got the literary urge early in the year, so l became a member of the Courier staff, our weekly newspaper. l've put in my bid for an editor's berth on the Nor'easter staff. Did you see the Viking Varieties? That's the annual show composed of Northeast's most talented stu- dents and believe me, it was solid! Right here goes a plug for the band, orchestra, and vocal music department, they certainly gave out at assemblies with grand entertainment. Mr. G. W. Davis, Vice-Principal Mr. Chapin, Mr, Davis, and Mr. Bali in Conference. Mr. Richard A. Bail, Counseiior Frances L. C ra m e r, registrar, at work. IZ I Office Staff At Work Mr. Chapin helping some students solve their problems. Scene in the office. Emilie Lynds is secretary. Miss Georgia Willey busy with her daily work in the o ffice. - '5-rea ri.efi fo Raghfi Miss Winifred WearhermaniCommerce Teacher. Miss L. Hortense Miller-History Teacher. Miss Mary M. Baxter-Science Teacher. Mr. Raymond Tudor --English Teacher. lLeft to Righfl Mr. C. H. Mille -Mathematics Teacher. Miss Eva PackardfMathematics Teacher. Mr. C. E. Burke-Mathematics Teacher. Q CLeft to Right! Mr. Fred Green+Mathematics Teacher, Miss Justine A. Hinters-Commercial Teacher. Miss Grace Mapes-Commercial Teacher. Miss Elizabeth G'egory+Commercial Teacher. Sgt. P. K. Healy- R. O. T. C. Instructor, O 5 T V. i-d"'2 .7 gym . - :-5111. f. ' E-'y g gglr , . A 'i,r' 31 'ii Efii - fi.:-as iii M- 2 ' ' i i , 5 Z QQ f X. .ax Ni., 4. 4 ini S , ...., for 5 353555 'fx W viii fiigggig s S I M1wf.f,.'5 g1f3i'3f.g3'.s 'fii11ffQE . 3 ILeft to right? : Miss Pape, Miss Laughlin, Mrs. Gwinner, Mrs. I3 lLeft to right! : Coach E, A. Markey-Football coach. Coach R. E. Peters-Trock and Basketball Coach. Miss Nellie Stewart-Gym teocher. lLett to right!! Bottom row-Mr. D. L. Dennisl'onfScience teacher. Miss Maude McElwain-Science teacher. Top row--Mr. J. E. FatefScier1ce teacher. Mr, Ellis B. BabbitfScier1ce teocher. lLett to right! 2 Miss Ma.y Alice Miller-Latin teacher. Miss Agnes Engel-English teacher. Mrs. Gertrude Bellgflpahish teacher. ll.ett to right! 2 Bottom row-Miss Lettie L. Evans-English teacher. Miss Estelle Morrison-English teacher. Miss Frances Spencerflihglish teacher. Top row 7 Miss Beryl Alton + English teacher. Miss Irma Wright-English teacher. Il.ett to rightl: Mr. C. F. GustafsonfChemistry teacher. Mr. L. A. Pinkney-Physics teacher. Mr. George Calvert-Science teacher. fLe-ft To right! Merle Engle Wood Shop teacher Leo Roedl Metol 'Chop teacher Otto W Kunz Printing teacher lLeft to right! : Miss Marie Wassonf-History teacher. Mr. Carl G. Hibbs-History teacher. Miss Catherine Newmann-History teacher. we lLeft to right? 2 Miss Mabel NewittfArt teacher. Mr. F. E. Chaffee-Music teacher. Mr. Nevin E. Wasson-Instrumental Music teacher. Miss Helen Hobbs, Speech. 1Left to right? 1 Miss Anna M, Thompsonxi-lisfory teacher. Miss Gertrude Weaver-History teacher. Mr. R. V. Harman--'History teacher. Mr. W. R. Sears-History teacher. iLeft to right? : Miss Martha Rouse-Sewing teacher. Miss Augusta Gufler-Foods teacher. Miss Phleta Gherring-Foods teacher. Mr. E. W. JacksonaDrafting teacher. I5 BOARD OF EDUCATION W S Z 2 3 I Q Mrs. F. In Wilson Miss Annette Moore Dr. Herold C. Hunt Superintendent Mr. Edwin A. Harris Mr. J. R. Mr. Butler Disman Mr. Roger C. v x . 'I I 3 ml 'fl I ' 1 . .. v . . L 1 bf N 1' C " 1 1 XF? M , , -- ' ' 1 , vm lwmnx Q I 'yu , o Q , n, K. ' is .:,- Wu PM 1 F' f S - I . A : " H .2 . . , iv , V. .3311 ggi, A, 4 4 x ,ff " , - Q. .b Y, QU ,,,f1' V" . ' L' vi Q- '. ,W ig" C1 r .- ,' 3 T , . '1i'ih I --"k,,., 5 f .. , ". f I-1 , 1 1 A ' ' .RQ .- 4:-5 : -' ., ' Q uv V L Q ' fl '.' ' T iv fu ,f . J 'ff New . 2-r -2 - Q -.,f 5, ,' " 1' K 1. .,, 4 ., . .-'- ' ' -"',u f ' , "' -J: '2-'T' " , J .Q o .fr Q. 1 ' ' A , -v , Y ,pg , ' . , 1.' . -1, 5-,J f. 5, 1 1.14 :Q .If , . . 5 I . ,W . ,, V . V. ,fag . U '.f' " 1. - ' .3 Ve, , .1 'ft fl ,'.'- .' if ,Q JJ "'1 ' V 14,5 x ' fx-2. I vt., s . 321, 1 ., . I. I ' x'. 2. ' ,vw . ' Jil ,bv L . . ' 1.1--1 -' 2:a.-..-- , 1'.'1'-.1 EJ' ' -' .w wx- K2 ' L H Q a .,- . ,. - 1 s X . . I . , if v w Vu Q ' xl 'b' , . . x p . YZ. Hx., n N --.f--on-..,,. .Huw lr 'sp-,aw ln. V. 4. H: an FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL First Semester Student Council: First row llett to rightl-Movis Whitaker, Lorine Wescott, Evelyn Osborne, Patsy Craig, Jeannette Webster, Carolyn Sagaser, Patsy Alexander, Lea Sheets, Marilyn Cash, Gerry Salidino, Virginia John- son, Dorothy DeGroff, Norma Smith, Lois Chitwood, Betty Walker, Jean Russell, Leslie Deniston. Second row-Colleen Hatfield, Nancy Teel, Marna Ewing, Bill Schweer, Dean Leslie, Jack Sompson, Harry Lawrey, Wade,Hall, Rex Hull, Harold Hilburn, Billy Brown, Frank Orto, Oleta Bates, Russell Handy, Chuck Jones, Frances Baker, Shirley Malone, Dorothy Russell, Martha Jean Otto. Third row-Merritt Powles, Richard Connell, Richard Perry, Jack Oates, Jimmy Murphy, David Quick, Claude Rymer, Bob Pierce, Joe Bruson, Truman Gore, Richard Fetter, Bob Bingham, Bill Allison, Stanley Walker. Executive Committee: First row fleft to right! 1 Dorothy Rui sell, Dorothy DeGrotf, Virginia Johnson, Betty Welker, Lesl Deniston. Second row-Dean Leslie, Russell Handy, David Quick, Bc: Bingham, Stanley Walker. Red Cross Committee: First row Ilett to rightl: Martha Ja Otto, Elizabeth Beard, Marjorie Dixon, Jean Russell. Second row-Jeanette Webster, Patsy Craig, Lorine Wesco Mixer Committee: First row ileft to rightl-Jane Wade, B Schweer, Jeanne Rogers, Betty Walkert Second row-Charles Aikens, Harold Rice, Bob Pierce, Stanl Walker. I8 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL First Row-lleft to rightl 1 Ray Brackenbury, Bob Bledsoe, Pat Crenshaw, Margoret Hobbs, Roberta Stokes, Helen Wilkes, Mary Jane Pulley, Elizabeth Beard, Joanne Rutledge, Jeanne Rogers, Neva Lee Shelton, Pat Wilcox, Dorothy DeGroft, Doris Morrow, Floris Morrow, Mary Porter, Bernlce Cade. Second row-lleft to righti: Frank Orto, Harry Lawrey, Joe Folco, Bob Maier, Paul Erickson, Edward Kuth, Truman Gore, Jack Parmerlee, Kenny Bounds, Richard Connell, Bill Burton, George Polk, Russell Handy, Richard Johnson, Betty Galbraith, Bernice Mus, Claudine Rist, Miss E. Packard. Third row-lleft to rightl: Toddy Aikins, Neal Doran, Bob Schatfhausen, Chuck Jones, Jimmy Fetters, Frank Taylor, Hank North, Eugene Weighill, Bill Simms, David Miller, Carl McKensy, Bill Allison, Meredith Hamilton, Bob Bingham, Shirley Malone, Executive Committee-Second Semester Student Council Committee Chairmen-Second Semester Student Council First row-lleft to rightiz Joanne Rutledge, Neva Shelton Pat Wilcox, Dorothy DeGrotf, Chuck Jones. Second row-lleft to rightl: Truman Gore, Russell Handy Jack Parmerlee, Bill Allison. row--lleft to righti: Neva Shelton, Richard Connell, Beard. row-lleft to rightl: Toddy Aikins, Harry Lawrey, b Bledsoe, Paul Erickson. I9 I 1 -M Dorothy DeGroff presides at council meeting. Charles Jones, Councilman at City Hall Day. - ' ej - National Honor Society Committee. Bob Bingham, Vice-President of All City Student Council. l Color Guard at assembly. l W Q A , X 5 7' sf s. .Q 5 4 3, 'M af 3 if we Q-as 'gf N as XX BK A ,. sa , M Q2 -of i E' 'W 4 ,gin aw K we M J 'Q gsm? S ,Q 'F Af' Ax VN' 1 , A ,mum g Q ve. 385211 New Sy as ,y-ilu fs ,, .1 l 'M' up 15 x N .. , xg KA '. V vi .5-3 f' '- gigiiggiiigg. .gtgzmgiw 1 :gg 'H , ,-g513:iEjVfg1ifs3i:5-2-12425: V-3 :,.v...,A .v., A ki, K K Q Q 'V 4 s is 6 X x 3' x K, 9 'W 4 5 ' ' Ji f ". . , lr , , .ij 2 V- 4 ,E . . I V at :l L . It Mmmmwww Ni , ' 5 X "Mig L. 'rx T g I A Q .: ' K , exmtek 5 gk mf' 'A V' ., ' A' . . , ,',: V A I , L. Akk, Y A gi M A - ,. .. ' - ' 9 . ' h ' V V , Eg. . V Q? . . L5 ' uv ' k . X 2 S M K.-f ' H 'Emi M-'JA - gs' FW? f .4- s Vf 1 W ,E i , , ,QM s f :Tx . . l Q f . 'Q k Xkfl 43, 1 l . V ' - Y" Li 1 " ' if ' . - W M, . ' . .,,.'fsV..., -,sr V. . 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HIGHEST HONOR ROLL 4 l l First row llett to rightl I Colleen Hatfield, Neva Shelton, Jeanne Rogers, Frances Miceli, Jean Henderson, Berna Deane Rist. Second row-Dorothy DeGroff, Truman Gore, Lorraine Tate, Marjorie Dixon, Evelyn Osborne, Barbara Thelan, Roberta Stokes SENIOR HONOR ROLL First row-lleft to rightl: Emily Dinsmoor, Lorine Wescott, Mavis Whitaker, Connie Praeger, Marna Ewing, Elizabeth Banks, Jean Russell, Martha Jean Otto, Helen Boversmith, Betty Hale, Antoinette Tutorino, Pot Dovis, Norma Lee Booth, Dorothy Ellis, Claudine Rist, Katherine Field. Second row-Juanita Montgomery, Angeline Tamborella, Alice Godman, Virginia Johnson, Jane Wade, Dora Franks, Barbara Pruitt, Shirley McConnon, Zelno Lindsey, Willa Mae -Entsminger, Betty Walker, Betty Galbraith, Elizabeth Beard, Dorothy Herman, 'Mickey Hoverder. Third row--Billy Peters, Weldon Sportsman, Hal Eaton, Dean Tebbets, Frances Barnes, Harold Branch, Richard Fetters, Walter Jesser, Carl McKensey, Ann Ziekes, Lourella Pease, Carl Priviter. 22 Junior Honor Roll First row-lleft to rightl: Nolapyrne Stevens, Athene Davis, Marilyn Cash, Leslie Deniston, Corol Lloyd, Potty Hendrix, Rose Alice Bourne, Joanne List. Second rowglleft to rightl: Paul Fredericks, Mary Lee Murray, Dorothy Oldham, Altabelle Dougherty, Olive Sampson, Patricia Arrighi, Evelyn Smith. Third row-lleft to rightl: Mary Jane Cofer, Shirley Pieronnet, David Miller, Leo Sheets, Bill Allison, Poul Erickson, Jack Oats, Jack Sampson. Sophomore General Honor Roll First row-wlleft to rightl: Ruth Maclfarland, Beverly Burgess, Dixie Thompson, Ruth Ann Colborn, Wilma Norman. Second row-lleft to rightl : Carmella Daleo, Alice Mann, Mary Lee Duncan, Patsy Craig, Bernice Cade, Mildred Balko, Rosella Johnson, Virginia Tanner. Third row-lleft to rightl 1 Jimmy Carridi, Valiean Converse, Richard Perry, Stanley Moore, Charles Brunch, Wade Hall. 23 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 906 First row llett to rightl : Barbara Pruitt, Neva Lee Shelton, Marna Ewing, Mavis Whitaker, Sally Razer, Alice Godman, Martha J. Otto, Jane Wade, Jeanne Rogers, Lorraine Tate, Jean Kelly, Norma Lee Booth, Jean Russell, Juanita Montgomery, Madeline McCord, Athene Davis. Second row: Shirley McCormick, Dorothy De Grotf, Betty Welker, Mary Lou Sanders, Norma Stephens, Jean Kresse, Virginia Johnson, Elizabeth Beard, Frances Miceli, Anna Zieks, Louise Kalenich, Marjorie Dixon, Laurella Pease, Mary De Cleva, Lorine Wescott, Jean Henderson, Leslie M. Deniston, Richard Connell, Jack Oats. Third row: Paul Nance, Bob Pierce, Joe Rainey, Nelson Carr, Robert Vaughn, Richard Fetter, Truman Gore, Chauncey Apple, Edward Schmitt, Hal Eaton, Duane Buyant, Phillip Wynn, David Miller, ART HONOR SOCIETY First row: Frances Miceli, Betty Anderson, Mickey Hoverder, Pat Wilcox, Sue Gates, Connie Praeger, Joanne List, Ada Belle Skaggs, Anna Condit. Second row: Marna Ewing, Kathryn Elderbrook, Claudine Rist, Walter Houston, Richard Connell, Stanley Walker, Marjorie Lewis, Mary Louise Plummer. 24 ku il 3 39- ' ' Th' 7' , ' . 'bl A ,- U .V N gf.. . i W: '61 in -2 L ' '-WV5 I ' 1" , " A-, 'kr V ' 5 - w ff iff. I 15, wa '- gig, -3 - , 51 - J- " 'T' 5" -V? . . X , , '15 ..-,vvv A Xie,- . 1 . ' 66, , uf '45 ,T ,. v. ' if 5' 'E v , ? ' gf 1 ' ,JJ f 4. 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G , ,X .,lMxlfc I' fx ' 'f 1 ' ' 'f' .1'P.wf-H .415-gf., r lf' W '.r' , '1 j5g.' 4,,-fi W. , lags, -., """ ' " f"s1'qf5v:?:.,R O --'F' w-.f5'-EL 55, -, Ain-yj iimafw , fb "is If .,,,Q,,gmf5':?12Q'gK . . , - . . W ,Q , fx faq , .A.k:5,5,.,, . , ' 4 Bupfmkf 25 SPANISH Cl-UB1First row lleft to rightl: Woods, C., Pott, M., Prado, M., Riley, M, A. Sertling, J., Smith, N., Toms, G. ,Second row: Jaco, B., Lackland, C., Lea, K., Lo Chino, V., Longsdort, A., Markel, M., McFarland, R., Morrow, D., orrow, F. Thirg rowp Barclay, B., Barclay, M., Boyd, B., Drinkard, A., Ellis, D., Harrington, B., Hernandez, J., Hobbs, M., Huc , E. LATIN CLUB-Third row lleft to rightli Allen E., Beard, E., Benson, B., Bourne, R. A., Brady, A., Cade, B., Colborn, R. A., Colburn, V., Cummins, Lois. Second row: Henderson, J., Jones, C., Lloyd, C., Long, M., Matthews, D., McCormick, B., Melloway, M. M., Orto, F., Peironnet, S. First row: Smith, J. A., Snider, M, L., Stokes, R., Strong, N., Thomas, R., Weissbeck, Mary, Wescott, Lorine, Wil- liams, Patti, Parmerlee, Jack. gbfsentees: Lavonne Ludwig, Ellen Petentier, Glenn Platt, George Mason, Dale Helms, Edward Schmitt, Frank '. nge o. ART Cl-UB...Third row-Ileft to rightl: Anderson, M., Buford, J. A., Burton, B., Butcher, L., Coleman, J., Dayton, E., Dixon, M., Ewin M., Fuller, F., Gates, S., Hale, B. J. Second row: Helms, M. L., Hendrix, P., Helms, D., Houston, W., List, J., Lozano, A., Mannino, V., Martin, C., Nelson, F., Nelson, M., O'Roark, First' row: Pecoraro, A., Pettier, L. J., Polk, F., Praeger, C., Rist, C., Sanner, S., Shelley, M. J., Soldan, V., Thomas, V., Walker, M, L., Weighill, 26 OLYMPIC CLUB row lleft to rightl : Schippe, M. J., Skaggs, A. B., Smith, K., Tanner, V., Thompson, B. Z., Uhig, S., Wampler, W., Watley row. l-luffaker, F., Klein, B., Lineback, G., Dratky, J., Masterson, J., Matson, B. J., Nedervelt, M. L., Norman, W. M. , row: Balko, M., Bordon, F., Byerley, E., Craig, P., Dudley, N., Hedges, J., Hildebrandt, M., Howard, B., Hubbard, J SEAL CLUB ,Aiw- A? 41" "H, we me Qfiffx as.-J' N' ,naJl" First row-Betty Anderson, Edith Boehmer, Roberta Canada, Eloise Cook, Barbara Dawkins, Betty Euinger, Bertha Forrester, Mabel Franz. Second row-Lucille Gray, Arlene Heinz, Leila Knight, Lois Larson, Lorna Little, Agnes Luteran, Mary Jane McKinney, Laurella Pease. Third row-Martha Redmon, Bernadine Rist, Dorothy Rowe, Shirley Rowe, Nancy Sellers, Betty Songer, Ruth Weller, Carol Bennett, Marilon Ufford. i n-... 27 Dryer, L. J. l ' , PHYSIOGRAPHY CLUB , 44' First row lleft to rightl-Simms, B., Stobaugh, K., Thornt E., Tossoon, S., Wylie. 3. Second row-Malone, S., Marley, B., Miller, D., Mc:Crary, McDade, P., Peterson, W., Pulley, M. J., Roberts, Segler, E. Third row-Daugherty, N., Davies, B. A., Dixon, M., Drex H., Galbraith, B., Hammer, E., Hassler, V., Kelly, Leslie, D. Fourth row-Angotti, A, Angotti, E., Angotti, R, Antrim, Barrett, J., Brakenbury, R., Closson, G., Cook, J., Crouch DRAMATIC CLUB First row-McCrum, A., Otto, M. J., Pitt, H. J., Rhoads, B., Rice, H., Stephens, N., Wilcher, N. M., Sampson, S., Wyatt, F, Second row-Hall, T., Handy, R., Harger, G., Hobson, C., Hoverder, Nl., Keal, J., Knittle, l., Knittle, J., Wilkes, H. Third row-Banks, B., Bledsoe, B., Davidson, W., Boyer, V., Duncan, Lee, Dluncan, Mary Lee, Ellsworth, D., Hall, H., Coats, L, GIRL RESERVES SENIOR TRIANGLEfllett to rightl-First Row-Betty Banks, Sally Razer, Ernestine Hagadorn, Alice Godrnan, Virginia Johnson, Betty Welker, Dorothy De Grott, Miss Engle, Jane Wade, Connie Praeger, Norma Smith, Joan Rutledge, Mickey Hoverdor, Neva Lee Shelton, Kay Lea, Helen Lewis, Eleanor Kearny, Shirley Sampson. Second RowfNorma Stevens, Maxine Anderson, Nora Mae Wilcher, Gwen Harger, Martha Jean Otto, Beverly Otis, Shirley San- ner, Mary Jane Shelly, Claudine Rist, Wanda Davidson, Frances Nelson, Sue Gates, Laurella Pease, Mary Lee Mur.e, He.en John- son, Beverly Martin, Rebecca Fitzgerald, Lorine Wescott, Elizabeth Beard, Annabelle Pecoraro, Marna Ewing. Third Row--Roberta Hurr, Vernetta Cross, Betty Galbraith, Ethel Noggle, Dorothy Jones, Myrine Ritter, Patty Powles, Oleta Bates, Noncy Teel, Margaret Hale, Betty Boyd, Betty Jean Hale, Mavis Whitaker, Harlene Hamilton, Helen Chapman, Dora Mack, Gertrude Schmidt, Verna Eubank, Shirley Smith, Mary Food. JUNIOR TRIANGLE--ilett to right!-First Row-Aletha Hall, Carol Loyd, Harlene Holtterty, Leslie Deniston, Mary M, Mello- way, Jean Marquis, Miss Gherring, Shirley Peironnet, Pat Hendrix, Jean Henderson, Dorothy Oldham, Margaret Moore, Betty Davis, Joanne List, Shirley Vardeman. Second Row-7-Joan Hubbard, Della Nash, Jean Sontag, Athene Davis, Joan Crouch, Muriel MaGill, Marylin Cash, Wanda Weixel- dorter, Shirley Clements, Ruth Hill, Anita Longstort, Betty Searcy, Joyce Tamblyn, Donna Jean Wright, Katie Smith, Mary Lou Nederveldt, Third Row-Patsy Craig, Yvonne Hunley, Marjorie Johnson, Doris Marsh, Joette Pecoraro, Marion Rudd, Mary Phillips, Betty McCrory, Lea Sheets, Rose Alice Bourne, Elois Jackson, Jessie Williams. SOPHOMORE TRIANGLE-llett to rightl-First RowfMargaret Hobbs, Peggy Galbraith, Ruth Marsh, Patsy Palmer, Gloria Handy, Mary Lou Walker, Billy Jean Matson, Mildred Long, Lee Duncan, Helen Wilks, Ann McCrum, Mary Lee Duncan, Jackie Kennegie, Potty Williams. Second RowfMarjorie Weighill, Martha Giesie, Lois Dryer, Mavis Whitt, Darrell Matthews, Ruth McFarland, Frances Baker, Betty Lee Musser, Claudine Bicktord, Marjorie Connelley, Sara Jane Cunningham. Third RowfMary Dowdy, Bernadine Rist, Roberta Canada, Beverly Bowers, Marilyn Cocks, Jean Gillum, Mary Strickland, Bernice Cade, Mary Sue Pendleton, Lois Davenport, Doris Clark. 29 SENIOR HI-Y-lleft to rightl-First Row--Paul Fredericks, Don Eaton, Harry Duncan, Hal Eaton, Hank North, Bob Bingham Paul Nance, Bill Lynch. Second Row-Charles Martin, Joe Davies, Richard Connell, Rudi Weins, Harry Lawrey, Albert Bruch, Bill Baldwin. Third Row-David Quick, Jock Parmerlee, Eldon Thompson, Ernest lzzard, Kenny Bounds, Merritt Powles, Truman Gore. .- - 5-.:, 1.5:-1515,-. -5. ,, - fsgfeggggm ,. WM" mf, l.. N ' 4 ,-'zrligf-g:f':f '1.2g1g-5, ' an in Nu M gg time -2:2"" " n .,,,. ' 'K "sv ' " ft , Eff' P ndpaulf-Nance Charles Martin res' ent WST Semester President second semester Rudi Wiens Secretary Northeast "Y" '15 Nh 5' ,,,,.,. Chuck Jones Junior president Glenn Wessman Sophomore president 30 .'2'f'?."I . ., .. 1833! 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Second Row-Owen Oats, Charles Branch, LeRoy Johnson, Marvin Mayo, Anthony LoChiano. l'hird RowAJohnny Smith, Robert Ball. 31 , .Q ,MV Ek i JP 'X 5 ' ' , 5 + r ' ' Y 1 Q ,,:,1,,AAQ 5'-af 9 -m-m-.m,,a,,,nk 7,1 h 5- . , ,fb 1 ,.1'?'-'L - a -Nr 1 .':.. 1 I 3 .r ,'L,. . 4 if , . H1-L4 4.2, f r fs A--, -I7 T: ...-5 . , 'I .54 1 fl .. ' 'H -1 'lb v l r . fl . V , . .L I . 1.1 r , P A E , xi F , 3, -5 4 , 1- L, 5 . "L, v' 2 4 1, 1 'L 7 1 . 1 Q V , . . . av 'f 5 . 4 , g Pg F. ,, A 'L fmwwm- -ov.-, 4, fn 1 fr, . ff'e.:'..'g,: ' " .1 I , ! 1 .f 1. I! .. 1 ff ., it "x W5 .f-Wmnm.. a ' 'ww , Pegs' . I I, 1 I cr ff' w A 5 t, ff. . 'af A 2 IV :FMU " L' . ,t I3 - x L 4, 5,15 13 . x ss A 7 fsa y f I 3,3 N ' if ' 'K If X . ' P 'Rik .'.,. V J v-ai'4r44,4f: - J .-,M .W ,ww , ,ww-LM Y' ' -i f 2'11.gT5 .1 if +1 " 'Ig 5 3 .1. , by if ' T572 V' F - J :Q L?-2'7" ' H Q ' V 1 ff' , is , 21 , 'I ff:-,f L 5 2 gji llz ' 50-ELK. as ERS- - if? wx.: J 4.51 172, '5 'Yr 1 EY' mf ' ij 96 1 X ,. ag f 'S l S -2 F XY, -'yi T? gy. E .Q 7 Q flu 'V 1 Fil- ,V LIBRARY Right to leftfJoseph Rainey, Gene Morris, Miss Virginia Fulloch, Mrs. Maude Martin, Miss Edna Johannaber, Miss Jean Bowen, Miss Clara Fate. As seen from the north port of the library. Richard Petrechko trying to find something interesting behind the stac One way to get out of study hall. Kenneth Bounds ot the card index. Gene Morris looking for l?l facts, fiction, or is it figures? I s Front Row--lleft to rightl-Bob Hisey, Law- rence Harrell, George Forrester, Lorine Johnson, Huck. Second Row--Barbara Howard, Martha Giesy, Jean Kratky, Gloria Handy, Jackie Kenagy, Margaret Hobbs, Thelma Horner, Betty Jo How- ell, Husley Lillard. Back Row-Martha Hildebrandt, Peggy Gal- braith, Mary Lou Helms, Mary Hassel, Frank Ferguson, Kirk Goodnow, Jeanne Gillum, Don Flanigan, Dick Hamilton. Front Row-lleft to right! -Bernard Shurnaker, Bill Sims, Nelson Staeuble, Mary Strickland, Helen Wilkes, Mary Lou Walker, Helen Snook, Patti Williams, Marjorie Weighill. Second Row+Doris Sullenger, Grace Vaughn Mary Wylie, Mary Ann Smullen, Barbara The! len, Tessabelle Vaughn. Back Rowe-Lyal Viers, Gordon Whitehead, Robert Shepherd, Dorothy Wright. Front Row-lleft to rightl-Josephine Chia- vola, Frances Borden, Wanda Bates, Edna Lee Duncan, Betty Feindal, Lavonne Finn, Marjorie Connelly, Doris Clark. Second Row-Robert Ball, Kenneth Fagan, Ani- ta Adney, Marilyn Cocks, Beverly Bowers, Mary Lee Duncan, Shirley Clow, Carl DiCapo. Back Row-Charles Branch, Jimmy Cariddi, Jimmy Alexopoulos, Frances Baker, Bernice Cade, Wilma Boosinger, Edith Bierley. Front RowQlleft to rightl--Betty Pulley, Vir- ginia Rockey, Ellen Petentler, Ann McCrum, Donna Lee Poore, Billie Jean Matson, Ruth Marsh, Mary Miller, Berna Deane Rist, Mildred Long. Second Row-Melford Newby, Alice Mann, Jean Masterson, Joan Miller, Garland Johnson, Harold Miller, Bob Needles, Dolores Noternan, lrwin Oats. Back Row-John Pace, Stanley Moore, Carl Rence, Vincenzana Mannino, Mary Sue Pendle- ton, Ruth McFarland, Betty Musser, Joyce Miller. 35 .,...'--f" ,f"N. 42:4 5 w.....w-.f.m.-wa-,..,p..-,v-.-0...,, M. .. , gb-f ,J ,- ,M 9 0 i 4- Sim- wMAN WVWmm ima, vff 'W of f , For the tirst time, a Northeast boy received the highest office possible tor an R.O.T.C. cadet. We present the Colonel lfan- farel. Also, ours is the winning rifle team ot the city tour- nament. lf you go out tor social get-togethers, dances, and literary learning, keep your grades up, look intelligent and one of our six literary societies will grab you up. To belong to Northeast this year is definitely THE thing. Why, my goodness, our tootb-all team captured a co-championship in the lnter-scholastic tournament and the basketball quintet won every game in the city tournament to be crowned the champion team. They represented Kansas City in the state tournament. We've done so much this year that l'm breath- less telling you-so l'll see you next year. By the way, l am a senior now. -j. V 4 i 5. n s N ' f X a my: L59 .ft - A J a Q ia f' x 'A f X J VA x e 1" 'I ll ' x . 1 I Aw' f a 157 . V ' 95 'L ',- - 1 51,4 ' 9 " ., .as , wins ..m0Wx 1 ' . cgi, FIRST SEMESTER COURIER STAFF First Semester Courier Staff-First Row-lleft to rightl-Alice Godman, Dorothy Oldham, Betty Boyd, Betty l-lale, Margaret l-la Pat Davis, Norma Smith, Dorothy Ellis, Second Row-llett to righti-Russell l-landy, Mama Ewing, Shirley Clements, Barbara Gengone, Mr. Ditmars. Third Row-lleft to rightl-Eldon Thompson, Jeanne Rogers, Walter l-louston, Jack Parmerlee, Nora Mae Wilcher, Char St, Louis. - SECOND SEMESTER COURIER STAFF if fit Second Semester Courier Staff-First Row-lleft to right!-Mary Phillips, Jean Russell, Shirley McCannon, Martha Jean Ot Jane Wade, Bill Schweer, Juanita Montgomery, Wanda Weixeldorfer, Wilma Wilkerson. Second Row--lleft to rightl--Muriel MaGill, Shirley Peironnet, Frances Miceli, Jack Griffith, Joyce Tamblyn, Jean Marqi. Laurella Pease, Mr. Ditmars. Third Row--lleft to rightlfJack Sampson, Bill Allison, Lawrence Allred, Kenneth Maddox, David Curtin, Harry Duncan. 40 Winning Sales Class Bottom row lleft to rightl- Acla Skaggs, Salvatore Bonanno, Mr. Green, Sally Razer, Ralph Chambers, Evelyn Murphy, Mary Martha Harriman. Middle row+Bill Story, Mory Shinn, Shirley McCrow, Edith Anderson, Marian Arney, Don Orril. Top row-William Zumwalt, Paul Crosby, Lavern Malone. Poster Contest Winners lLett to rightl-Shirley Clem- ents, Mary Smith, lst place, Ralph Aldridge, Lavonne Finn, Viola Soldan-Els. Cam paign Booste rs labovel Poster Artists7George Walker, George Polk. Poster Constructors-Donald Thomos, Duane Bryant. labovel: The Green Dragons won over th in the contest. lrightl : Picture of Sales Class in Action. e Red Knights ART COMMITTEE OF NOR'EASTER Top left: Bottom row-lleft to right?-Glen Catgyle, Mary Lou Walkei', Maxine Anderson, George Polk, Joanne List, Mary Nelson. Top raw-Charles Martin, Sue Gates, Pat Wifcox, Bill Burton, Frances Nelson, Anna- belle Pecoraro. Top ight-lleft to right?-Mr. Green, Miss Newitt, Mr. Hibbs, Mr. Diimars, advisers for the Nor'easter. Center left-Bob Bingham, busineis mana- ger, Duane Bryant, assistant business mar:- agerf Shirley McCannon, bookkeeper at work. Center right-The Annual Staff at wo k. Bottom--Annual Business Committee. Bottom row--lleft to right!--Joan Ser- fling, Leslie Deniston, Shirley Peircnnet. Top row-Bill Barner, Bob Bingham, Lea Sheets, Duane Bryant, Bill Schweer. Absentee-Donna Jean Wright. THE NOR'EASTER STAFF Jeanne Rogers Robert Bingham Editor-in-Chief Business Manoger Walter Houston Associate Editor l Duane Bryant Associate Business Manager Mickey Hoverder Locals Editor Lorine Wescott School Life Editor Russell Handy Senior Editor Marna Ewing Senior Editor Shirley Peironnet Junior Editor Kirk Goodnow Sophomore Editor Patricia Wilcox Co-Art Editor Maxine Anderson Co-Art Editor Connie Praeger Vocal Music Editor Richard Connell Instrumental Music Frances Miceli Girls' Sport Editor Harry Duncan Boys' Sports Editor Jack Parmerlee R.O.T.C, Editor Shirley McCannon Bookkeeper Neal Doran Photographer George Polk Cartoonist Betty Hale Secretary Martha Jean Otto Secretary i 43 Stage Crewf ileft to rightl1Front Row-Lawrence Leh- man, Jimmy Toth, Wallace Thomas, Back Rowfioseph Rainey, Donald Thomas. Nurse's Committee- l left to right--Front Row-Pat Wil- cox, Marjorie Dixon, Miss L. Pape, Edna Hammer. Back Row-Pat l-lendrix, Shirley Peironnet, Joanne List, Carolyn Sagasen, Ath- ene Davis. "MP Stage Crew at Worl4 44 SPRING PLAY CAST i l 'Bottom row--llett to rightl-Shirley Sampson, Bob Pierce, Martha Jean Otto, Bob Bledsoe, Jane Wade, Edward Schmitt, Wanda Davidson. Top row-lleft to right?-Helen Johnson, Doris Ellsworth, Jack Cook, Dorothy Ellis, Mis3 Hobbs. Spring Play cast in action. The Safety Pins at work. i SAFETY PINS l i i iop row+lleft to rightl+Bill Allison, Vilma Norman, Norma Stephens, Tom lall, Bill Schweer, Miss Miller, Mr. oedl. ottom row-lleft to rightl-Jack ampson, Gwen Harger. l Class Day Committee Bottom Row-lleft to rightl-Gwendolyr l-larger, Betty Welker, Mickey l-loverder. Top RoweRussel Handy, Kenneth Stobaugh Paul Nance. Absentee: Bob Bledsoe, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee Bottom Row44left to rightl4Joyce Tamb Iyn, Jean Henderson, Maxine Andersor Mary Margaret Melloway. Middle Rowfl.orine Wescott, Jane Wadi Charles Aikins, Bryan Wheeler, David Mille Bill Sclwweer. Top Rowflxleal Doran, Bill Burton, Georg Walker. en, Ii: . - . H' '!',1 , ,...- . -'QI ', '-" ff if ' " "K W .QF V.: "qty , im. - .mf sf-wa , . 74- JN:-. -meg 1 rl- r- ff.,'j"'S' W-Q1-f,, , ,gg 1-,,a,A. ,y ,I4-fm' , it-. - if y. , x. -f' .di-T. 1 -'-3,122 V ,avimta , , - 'Fig ., M ' -'-gl 1' i :dH:?2?-- f' ji? A ,Q nj' 5'-'11-1. - . .-WL .-.5576 ' ,gr '-- was , w- fp:-i". F- 2 '41 bi : gush r" If . 'asm ,,,1- 4, .5 une! ,.. .N ,,. , I5 1!.5i,':1:lE 'g' . '!'-' , 5 inf' W., ,-3' " Syn. -'24 ' V y 1 13.-3, 4 eggyf 1531- af. Q- -' - S, fr' "J L' , AL . 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Mickey Hoverder and Elmer the pig. Top Juanita Horner sings to "The White Cliffs of Dover" aiied by violinists. Bottom-Ray Brackenbury and Kennelh Stobaugh star as come- dians. if Arvilla Drinkard swinging to "Delilah."' 50 M 14 L Bob Bledsoe, Master of Ceremonies. Top-The boys' octette swings out to "Any Bonds Today." 5 G'-9 W w U' -4 v1 : o 0 r VI OG 4 17 A g l Bottom-Charles Branch as Daddy and Patsy Palmer as ' G?-3 1 ' 5 X cf5"Cq"ilYle Alpha Julian and Clement Cancle dancing to "lndian Love Call." n1 up r um 1 Dick Arnold sings to "Lament to Love." BAND 1942 Aikens, Charles Aldridge, Ralph Beck, Bill Bingham, Bob Boeth, Bob Bookout, Floyd Bowlin, Ronald Burnett, Kenneth Clark, Tom D'Angelo, Pete Daugherty, Eugene De Hardt, David Dietrich, John Doran, Neal Drake, Jimmie Easley, Bert Edwards, Eddie Evans, Richard Fetters, Jimmie Fields, Hathen Flanegin, Gene Garten, Kenneth Gish, Bob Gore, Truman l-lanaway, John Hanaway, Paul Hawkins, Virgil Heatherly, Bob lzzard, Ernest Johnson, Garland Keal, James Kelly, Bill Kruegar, Calvin Kuhn, Buddy Lambert, Bruce Lay, Howard Lloyd, Allen Lutgin, Herbert Martin, Charles Miller, James Moore, Frank Morris, Eddie Needles, Bob Nester, Bob Peden, John Perry, Larry Perry, Richard Powles, Merritt Quick, Carroll Reed, Bill Reed, James Reinking, Ralph Roberts, Farrell Sample, Allen Schweer, Bill Small, Richard 52 l A i i i ,T ll l Thompson, Eldon Wade, Milie Womack, Bob Yeater, Ray Arrighi, Ruth Chauncey, Dora Lee Chiavetta, Diodora Feltinbergre, Wjuanita Francis, Georgia Lee Galbraith, Betty Green, Estelle Harriman, Martha Howard, Barbara Johnson, Helen Matson, Billie Jean Otis, Beverly Peltier, Lois Rogers, Jeanne Sheets, Norma Welliver, Rosetta lt it's entertainment you're looking tor you're sure to find that the Band and Orchestra are "Johnny on the spot," ready to do their darndest to please you. If you're a "hep cat" looking for a "groove" to "jive in" then your best bet is Northeast's Dance Band which is "solid plus," The honors which have been brought to Northeast through these three musical organfzations in the past few years have been numerous. The complete co-operation and diligent work of these students who are members of these -organizations will long be remembered here at Northeast. The high light of many an Assembly has been the special music prepared by one of these groups. Ot course every group to be completely successful must have a sponsor and in this case honors are due Mr. Nevin E. Wasson, director ot these three organizations. BAND OFFICERS L 4 -A ORCHESTRA vu i F' i Qi l i 5 rrsr l ti, of if? BOYS Beaver, James Bell, Kenneth Beachino, Joe Diramo, Don Fagan, Kenneth Ferguson, Frank Gatkin, Don l-lollis, Marvin Holloway, John l-lullett, George Hynclen, Carl Irwin, Deigh Joseph, James Keys, Grady Long, Robert McGuirl, Don Oats, Jack Reinking, Ralph Sanders,Jamesf Nevin E. Wasson, director. Horner, Moran, Ryan. Back row-Irwin, Sanders, Tamburello, and Long, Orchestra Officers: Front row lleft to right!-Drake, Neal Doran, Toddy Aikins, Carl Tambu- rello, student director of Band, Orchestra, and Dance Band, re- spectively. 1 i Sanderson, Teddy Sneary, Dean Stoner, Glen Tarnburello, Carl Tatom, Bobby Yeater, Ray GIRLS Adney, Anita Arnoroso, Carrneline Arvin, Anna Lou Bcrdon, Frances Bost, Marie Bourne, Rose Alice Bristow, XXf'ilrna Buterbough, Velma Cole, l-lelen Drake, Willabeth Dudley, Norma l-lall, Aletha Hallquist, Peggy l-lamilton, Doris l-lixon, Mary l-lorner, Juanita Matthews, Darrell Mobley, Betty Moran, Donna Lea Pecorora, Joette Powles, Patty Prosser, Margaret Ryan, Alice Shippe, Margaret Speck, Ellen Thornton, Thelma Tyler, Doris Witt, Mavice Wright, Dorothy Erving, Betty K, Qi' 3 XML 3253153 5- QW in P 3 1 X -ff fl r I 'xv li 'Wu KM 'ki V xx ,, sf S ARQUND THE PIANO Mary, Pat, and Ray tune their vocal cords. Waiting for the signal to sing Starting the day with a song. Getting ready for solo contest. "Pop" helping the quartets. GIRLS' CHORUS-lleft to rightl-First Row-Kathryn Frank, Ruth McFarland, Violet Thomas, Nancy Teel Mr Chaffee Jane Davis, Rose Guerriere, Kathryn LaPuma, Genevieve Horgis, Ruth Weller, Bobbette Harris. Second Row-Maurine Sparks, Mory Morris, Gloria Handy, Shirley Haerer, Ruth Hall, Evelyn Phinney, Marion Davis Lois Burge Tessabelle Vaughn, Mary Trader, Lavonne Ludwig. Third Row-Helen Amebung, Sally Miller, Helen Chapman, Dorreene Coen, Harriet Grant, Gertrude Schmidt, Betty Bickford Ann Healy, Morilyn Cash, Betty Baker, Dorothy Gray, Betty Hultz, Mary Harriman. Fourth Row-Frances Highfill, Cecelia Burke, Evelyn Coen, Dollimae Wright, Marjorie Matthews, Audrey Richter Mary Smith Dorothy Sager, Joanne List, Jennie Coleman, Mary Cofer, Pat Long, BOYS' GLEE CLUB-lleft to right?-First Row-Don Eaton, Billy McChesney, Mr. Chaffee, Jimmy Toth, Au- gust Miller, John Lawson. Second Row-Kenneth Maddox, Robert Thomas, Harold Rice, Edward Schmidt, Kenneth Stobaugh, Dean Payton, John Catitto 56 FIRST SEMESTER BOYS' QUARTET- Frank Anstin, Bill Groy, Maynard Bra zii. Absentee: Paul Fredericks. A CAPPELLA CHORUS-lleft to rightl -First Row-Patty Powles, Cleo Rickett, Maxine Ferrell, Mary Grace, Mr. Chaffee, Dor othy Ellis, Doris Pickitt, Connie Praeger, Ethel Noggle, Oleta Bates. F Row-Mavis Whitaker, Jean Henderson, Virginia Dinwiddie, Juanito Horner, Doris Michal, Jesphine Schoenburg, Wil lomae Ensminger, Vernetta Cross, Jane Davidson, Kathryn Remington, Shirley Uhlig, Mary Waisbac. Third Row+Pat Hendrix, Dean Leslie, Joe Dolcy, Marjorie Kearns, Bernice Sayre, Nolapyrne Stevenson, Hazel Pitt, Martha Largent, Marjorie Kittle, Harlene Hamilton. Fourth Row-Eddie Nugent, Bob Smith, Eugene Weighill, Lawrence Allred, Dwight Goodpaster, Frank Anstine, Laurella Pease Paul Fredericks S E C O N D SEMESTER BOYS' QUARTET: Frank Anstine, Gerry K e r r, Lawrence Allred. Absen- tee: Paul Fredericks. VOCAL MUSIC Mr, Frank E, Chaffee, known to his students as 'Pop' has finished with the true Viking spirit his twenty-ninth yeor at Northeast. The a cappella choir has done some elegant singing this year and they have had a lot of fun doing it. They have sung ot the Ivanhoe Temple, Benjamin Harrison school, Northeast Junior, over the radio, and at other places throughout the City. The Girls' Chorus and Boys' Glee club have really been going places during the last year, They have done some fine work and they have brought a lot of credit to Northeast. 57 ,.,,...-- l V --f1, 4 i +Wha- -H Q XYI V Q M -fg K .Iii QWQMQH gg M W ,H l J gg elal E12 gg WE,mgg'mwqQmal THEPEPCLUB Pictures taken at the Pep Club assembly, on their social event ot the bowling alley, and at the football and basketball games. Pe" 58 4 .2551 , - , E-i' ,. in Ai H . 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' , .5 , . , r I . j fl .r ,.,: LQ U11 nf K V L lf :V-Q 5-,fl , t ,. .- - -: '- ' .,! .2 .. fr ,fin -fgjf. J 3- ' ' Q , V M.f,?i,V Ag. ,hi .35 W , ., N. 115 ff' 1 ' "ff -If -:It K' - ,f , - 11, l .- -1 . . , -, X-l' ,Min - 11 ' ..,., ,,. . , . , -:xg J V Q , X .1' , 1 .'.. " . 9,3 ,.1 - . , 4 p..,,,, 5 Staff Sergeant P. K. Healy Cadet Colonel Truman Gore Q First team lleft to rightl+Jack Cook, Bill l-leilman, Charles McDaniels, Captain of the team, Harold Branch, and Eugene Graff. The above picture is of the First Rifle Team which won first place in the City Matches, 2nd place in the Inter-Mural Matches, and l2th place in the Corps Area Matches. The latter placing is con- sidered to be a fine one for a high school team. For in those matches the team competes with all of the Military College, Academy, and High School teams in nine states of the middle west. After averaging the scores of all of the matches fired by the team, it was found that Charles McDaniels was the best shot with Jack Cook only one point behind him. This first team was the first Northeast Rifle Team to win a match over the Wentworth Military Academy rifle squad. Sergeant Healy said, "The first rifle team of this year not only won the City Championship but is possibly one of the best teams that this school has ever had, or any high school, for that matter." Major Harold Branch Battaion Commander R. O. T. C. OFFICERS Captain Carl Hynden lst Semester Battalion Adjutant Captain Eldon Thompson Captain Paul N. Nance Znd Semester Battalion Adjutant Public Relations Officer Captain Bill Lynch Captain Robert Maier lst Lieutenant Dwight Goodpaster Quartermaster Officer 2nd Lieutenant Weldon Sportsman lst Lieutenant Richard Fetter Znd Lieutenant David Quick Znd Lieutenant Richard Wood Znd Lieutenant Roger Thornton 2nd Lieutenant Jack Cook 2nd Lieutenant Richard l-larrington 2nd Lieutenant Richard Flack Captain Jack Parmerlee Znd Lieutenant Bill l-lisey he "Queen" of the HOP, Alice odman. i 'qff The Queen, Aides, ond their ezcorts--Front Row- tlett to jLghtLiGxyg1 Hggerierg Agjgg Allie Z WNG-odln, Queen and Jean Marquis, Junior Aide. Back Rowillett to rightl7Paul Nance, Eldon Thompson, and Bill Schweer. G17 6 of Gif 6004179 is fe S Sf gif-5 ,701 716, f 1' fb- fb ISS! 9 WI, on ff: . Dun C6 e Queen ond Aides marching to their throne rough an aisle formed by the officers. i ,, wyW sfsMswmwue 3 1 ,ppm 'if v' a'x ,Q , 'M .Q Q 'Q 4 af, . 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Picture No. 2-A Flag Rais- ing Ceremony-Left: Color Guard ---- ileft to righti - Captain Maier, Sergeant Hancock, Lieutenant Fetter, and Sergeant Graft, Right: Second Rifle Team - Front Row- tleft to righti-Sergeant Gilbert and Jack Mitchell. B a c k R o wfSergearit Vxfoller, Captain of the team, Sergeant Stone and Corporal Brummel. VIKING RIFLE CLUBgFirst Rowflleft to rightlYRoberts, Gore, Branch, Harrington, Maier, Fetter, Cook, MC Daniels, Thompson, Goodpaster, Waller, Graff, Brummel, Stone, Gilbert, Smith. Second Row7Oats, Pace, A, P., Howery, Angotti, Hancock, Schweer, Ferguson, Gribble, Coates, Branch, C., Arndt Baggett, Stokes, White, Taylor. Third RowQHilburn, Sotham, Long, Mitchell, l-lall, Krey, Perry, Dakopolos, Henderson, Lawrey, Sanderson, Lay Small, Clark, Lehman, Booker, Waye, Lillard. Fourth Row-Barclay, Sims, Cox, McCarty, LoChiano, Lambert, Converse, Sampson, l-lusbenet, Dinwiddie, Mon- aco, Neblette, Kulp, Squires, Needles, Sayles, Brown. 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Markel. Fourth rowfilett to rightl-V. Accurso, E. Allen, D, Antrim, E. Arnold, M. Blando, M. Bradley, M. Chinn, D, Ellis, L. V. J. Hibbs, S. l-laerer. 7 of 35, 4'8- l i DELTA-Top row-lleft to rightl+R. Arrighi, E. Beard, H. Boversmith, B. Boyd, B. Burgess, R. Canada, B. Carswell, M. Coo M. Conneley, P. Craig, J, Davis. Fourth rowfllett to rightl-C. Daleo, E, Dayton, l. J. Day, E. J. Dinsmoof, V. Dinwidde, M. Dixon, M. Dowdy, N. L, Dudley, Engleman, B, Hale, M. Hale. Third roweileft to rightJ+Y. Hunley, B. Harrington, J. Heacock, M. Hildebrandt, M. Johns, M. Johnson, R. Johnson, E. Knigl F. Lapsley, F. Miceli, M. L. Miller. Second row-ilett to right!-C. Moore, W. Norman, D. Oldham, K. O'Roark, M. Passantino, L. Pease, l., J. Peltier, D, Phelg B. Rinehart, A. Rowe, A. Ryan. First row-ileft to rightl--D. Sulenger, G, Sooter, M. L. Snider, S. Stanhart, V. Tanner, M. Weissbeck, R, Weller, B. Wrigl Miss Catherine Newman. Without pictures-J. McDonald, M, Crooks, J. Hubbard, M. L. Ufford, P. 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JS , 1 1 A 3 ilzigg. r l'7.wms l'V' V 1 lkufwef i sf" fs- i V 4. ,Q , 'I ' 'PSI-'SF '.+..e-.f- -.. .sa f . ...L . l942 lnterscholastic League Football 'Trophy 72 With ten lettermen returning, Coach E. A. Markey had little difficulty in mus- tering a squad that systematically downed five league teams to win the third championship title in the history of the school. The Vikings' defense was exceptionally good and their running plays functioned well behind excellent blocking, In the five league games Northeast played, only seven p-oints were scored against the Vikings-the best defensive record in the history of the school and of the inter- scholastic league. Bob Pierce was quarterback. His long passes, weaving runs, and sterling defense won for him a position on the Inter- scholaitic League All-Star Team. Sev- eral other Vikings were honored by hav- ing their names added to the All-Star list. These were: Kenny Bounds, tackle with a combination of speed, weight, and ability. Kenny worked his way to the top. Joe Hempfling, tackle. Joe's steady de- fensive and offensive work was invaluable to the team. Richard Petrechko, guard. His defensive ability and his aggressiveness on the of- fense, put 'him among the all-stars. Kenneth Olsen, center. "Snapper" was a threat both on the defensive and the of- fensive, opening up holes so the backs could get through was Kenny's job. Folzwing in 'Ihe 1teps of their big brothers, the second team, coached by Mr. George Calvert, tied for the second team championship, Several members of this team will be valuable in the next championship drive. Mr. Deniston Business Manager - l H sf .- K, 'wr ' --'H'erlsvgfrlsgf:'ti15ij,,eishg,s13f:,1af'ifQ.Q5r-Q5 tv PM 4 N. -,f-gvifim.. .. , ' , . -W r i - . -' H f,s,.,.-,,5.,pggg.:ifff?fMQ.Mike 5gs ..,,- Q-.1-mwssf,fegegseft-gwftggfgfgfirifvgri :f.,2fse1e.z: f - 'Strike'?:f'f7:i32?fs1f-1w:'sgeesrfw ft i Y ' ff, -f"f7iSr?53g:w,1sf? ,, , ,WW K , ,, ,. 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L V , , ,Y galaxy . gmqgtgziy Y,-gg? fi , f erve Line-up- Lineflleft to rightl--Raymond Merriot, right end, Dellis Allinder, right tackle, Pete Kobe, left tackle, Ruell Reddock, it guard, Charles St. Louis, center, Doug Allard, left guard, Charles Shields, left end. ffield-lleft to right!-sJohn Spencer, right halfback, Vonnie Louis, fullback, Joe Verrone, quarterback, Bill Story, left halfback. j Team Line-up-lleft to rightgAgrusa, Fiering, Gualtiere, Benson, Boyd, Thornton, Sprink, Gray, King, Hoverder, William, Guth, Portwood, Calvert, Hull, Wallin, Gates, Riley, Self, Delvlaria, Maddox, Miller, Cook, Griffith, Simrne, Smith. g Line-up and Reserve-First Rowqlleft to rightJ+Smay, Frederick, Petrechko, Merriot, Rymer, Bounds, l-lempfling, Bass, Franks, Bishop, McClure. Row-Mr. Markey, Baker, Allinder, Kobe, Shields, Dahrn, Capra, St. Louis, Olsen, Dykal, Soper, RowiStory, Spencer, Verrone, Allard, Walker, Gillespie, Louis, Viers, Reddock, Passontino. 73 Joe Verroine Bill Story Charles Shields Raymond Merriott 3 ,:. 'i ,twiki Kenny Olsen John Dykal Leonard Passantino fam M2159 Northeast ........ . 0 William Chrisman ................... 0 Northeast battled valiantly and nearly scored in the third period, Pierce's passes and Verrone's plunges were sparklers in an evenly contested game, Northeast.. Rockhurst ......................... 25 The Hawks over-powered the Vikings with their heavier squad and charging line. Northeast opened up with an aerial attack that was exceptionally good. Northeast .......................... I4 Westport .......................... 0 This was the Vikings' tirst league battle and what a bat- tle it proved to bel Northeast tallied all ot her points in the first half, then spent the second halt in throwing up a defense against the Tiger attack. Northeast .......................... 0 Central ............................ 7 This was largely a punting duel, neither team venturing to attack until the second halt. Bud French ot Central tallied the only touchdown of the season against the Vikings. -my Bob Pierce Vonnie Louis Dellis Allinder Doug Allard vw Spencer Richard Petrechko Northeast . . . . .25 East ...zff ....... 1 ...,.... 'T .... '0 The Vikings knocked off the East Bears with very little trouble. Although the Bears did rally in the third quar- ter, the Vikings stemmed this attack and went on to victory. Northeast . . . . 6 Southwest .....................,... 0 This was the Crucial game of the season, both teams being tied for first place! On a very muddy field the Vikings held the Indians on the goal line for four downsl Then they managed to drive over a touchdown against steady opposition. Northeast . . . . .26 Paseo ..........................,,. 0 Northeast was by this time well on the way to the championship. The Vikings rolled over the Pirates although fumbles were frequent because of the cold weather. Northeast had a very large turn-out, despite the weather. Northeast . . . . .33 Southeast .......................... 0 This was the closing chapter to a very fine football sea- son. Northeast "blitzed" the Knights. lt was all one way-and that was the Purple and White. A its il M T Cha les St. Louis Kenny Bass Pete Kobe a Franks TENNIS TEAM-lleft to rightl: Harry Duncan, Bob Bingham, Wally Hoverder, Phillip Wynn, Albert Bruch, Charles Hogan. FOOTBALL ALL-STARS JL:-'.EB . Bob Pierce I AAVV ij,--M IK , f 3 'F 1 Z W.. W f - Richard Pefechko Kenny Bounds Joe Hempfling i l First Team Squad lleft to rightl: Ruell Reddock, Dick Soper, Bill Story, John Taibi, Kenny Bounds, Claude Rymer, Kenny Bass, Charles Shields, Joe Bruson, Mr. Reaves E. Peters. oach R. Peters Fighting an uphill battle all the way, the Viking basketball team turned back opponent after opponent to win the i942 basketball championship. The team, always displaying a fighting, sporting spirit, no matter how great the odds, showed the courage and stamina of regular court veterans. Never a favorite to win, the Purple and White would put on a dazzling exhibition. This year the Norsemen went undefeated in league play. Northeast was fortunate in having two of its men placed on the All-Star team. These were Kenny Bounds, center, and Kenny Bass, guard. B-oth were invaluable to the team. Although he didn't make "All-Star," little Dick Soper won the admiration of the school for his contributions. The team, upon winning the league title, became one of the Kansas City entries in the State Tournament at St. Louis. Playing only a few days after the Inter-City game with Beaumont, the team relaxed too early before the Cape Girardeau, Missouri, quintet, and lost after gaining an early lead. Then Benton, of St. Joseph, those fast breaking court stars, slipped through the man-to-man defense, and nosed out the Vikings. Coach Peters also found time to develop a second team that tied for first place, From this group of youngsters, the Coach must select a quintet to defend the title next year. ll 3 l V :-. xt, It S.. ,.t5tpiii,it,. -119425 -M M.. fxiigitirjisifxtil l94Z lnterscholastic League Basketball Trophy Basketball Standings State Tournament NON-LEAGUE Cape Girardeau 28 Northeast 24 l-3faYell'e T9 Northeast 18 Benton Z0 Northeast 17 Wm. Chrisman 22 Northeast 28 Ward 23 Northeast 25 Rockhurst 20 Northeast l2 Infepcify Game Alumni Zl Northeast 4l Northeast 23 Beaumwt 22 Joe Bruson Northeast 22 Northeast 36 Northeast 33 No theast l8 Northeast 24 Northeast 23 LEAGUE Manual 2l Westport 28 Southeast 24 East l7 Southwest 23 Paseo Zl Dick Soper Charles Shield Paul Fredericks, Team Manager 78 Kenny Bass Bill Story Kenny Bounds Ruell Reddock Claude Rymer John Taibi Second Team Basketball lLeft to riglwtl-Emil Dykal, John Gualtifier, Vonnie Louis, Spencer Portwood, Mike Miller, Paul Watts, Bill King, Dean Cook Rex l-lull. 'fi f ' ,, 'i I -1 - f' i Q' ' 5 2' 55' vs' 'li " i f' 2 Q I 'gf f Q -'wma .sig .- lm., is Liv?i1l':?l'3:Q Aff ' Y 'ff 4 W li on ' "" l K . ,.,,. lf. g u m. k I , Q, f wwf www ,a we b 1 f f f 'J Miz'-352 H -',.'W:.H f - ' ii 'xi '- 11-Txfi if ' ':,..: , ,awww 5-.Van .55 I ' 21 2 mn . Kenny Bounds and Kenny Bass, both Viking basketball All-Stars. Coach Peters with past frophies. 80 TRACK SQUAD QE: First row-lleft to rightl-Charles Shields, George Playter, Kenny Bounds, Joe Hempling, Kenny Bass, Eldon Thompson. Second row-Sal Franks, Charles Munkers, John Knapp, Claude Rymer, Don Leeper, Bob Bingham. Third row-Ruell Reddock, Chauncey Apple, Jim Reed, Bill Story, Elmer Anawalt. Fourth row-Ray Yeater, Emil Dykal, Carl Miller, Roy Reily, Franklin Anstine, The l942 track squad will uphold the traditions of years past. V K V Starting rather late in the season, the Vikings gained in experience, ability, and momentum and ended up VV V V V , ' in the upper brackets of the Dual Meets. A , .,V,f1 a I :v"""' I' if -' VB X f Northeast 44 Central 47 Northeast 50 Paseo 4l Northeast 39 East 52 .bi V Northeast 42 Southwest 47 - 1' -4' 'fi :" 4 N0rfl'leaSf 45 V2 Southeast 45 V2 Kenny Bounds clearing the high jump at 6' l". is l First Rowflleft to rightl-Betty Welker, Katie Smith, Nancy Elsas, Carolyn Wiens. Second Rowelleft to rightl-'Helen Chapman, Carol Hobson, Gertrude Smith, Margaret Moore, Mickey Hoverder, Jane Wa Nancy Teel, Maxine Anderson, Frances Miceli, Martha Jean Otto, Gwen Harger, Emily Densmoor. Third Row-lleft to rightlfDella Gale, Virginia Welborn, Thelma Gribble, Mary Louise Plummer, Beverly Martin, Bonnie Ta am, Ernestine Hagedorn, Betty Tatham, France Flugel, Martha Largent, Neva Lee Shelton. Fourth Rowflleft to rightl-Elizabeth Dowdy, Dorothy Allen, Shirley Uhlig, Evelyn Bernhardy, Gloria Herman, Mary Elizab Clark, Velma Jean Colborn, Margaret Owens, Miss Hortense Miller. one of its kind to be organized in Kansas l City. lt is a very democratic organization l as the membership is open to any Junior or Senior girl during the first two weeks of the , membership campaign. This organization hos originated many new yells for the school and is porticularly proud of the clever La Conga yell. The Pep Club ot Northeast was the first . .Q At each basketball and football game the Pep Club has a reserved section and the , most lusty cheers come from this section. ii The mascot for the club this year wos little T Carolyn Weins who performed oll the yells with the cheer leaders like a real trouper. l Jane Wade ,W Northeast is proud of her Pep Club and President h L F, R Ol B B Miss Hortense Miller for its fine work in C ee' eadersi lrst OWTT eta mei etty cheering the football and basketball teams Welker, Stanley Walker, Carol Wiens, Nora Mae Wilcher. Second Row-Chuck Jones, Katie Smith, Harold Rice, Nancy Elsas, Albert Bruch. to the championships. First Row-ileft to rightl-Oleta Bates, Carolyn Wiens, Nora Mae Wilcher. Second Row-lleft to rightlCora Lee Lackland, Myrine Ritter, Joanne Hubbard, Carmella Deleo, Jean Sontag, Carolyn Willi. Joyce Tamblyn, Shirley Clements, Eva Nicholas, Guilla Carrol, Olive Samsel, Harlene Hofferty, Doris Marsh, Betty Lou Searcy. Third Rowklleft to right!-Virginia Accursa, Eileen Dayton, Virginia Tanner, Jeanette Porter, Joanna Buford, Margaret Jo Shirley Harrington, Jeannette Webster, Marian Rudd, Shirley Vardiman, Mary Lou Nedervelt, Della Nash. Fourth Row-lleft to rightl--Edith Long, Bernice Bradley, Audrey Lozano, Jessie Williams, Eloise Jackson, Martha Mooney, Ev Murray, Lois Cummins, Mary Phillips, Rose Mary Dwyer, Miss Hortense Miller. 82 liss Nellie Stewart, Head of e Girls' Physical Education epartment. Miss Stewart in- ructed the girls in volleyball, id GIRLS' SPORTS Ping-pong and hockey hi-lited the fall program followed by swimming, bas- ket-ball and volleyball. ln the spring, baseball and individual sports were featured. Besides playing quiet games, the modified gym classes learned first aid. Coming through in traditional North- east style, teams of superior ViQueen athletes made grand showings at the annual Hockey and Basketball Play- days held at Southwest and Paseo, re- spectfully. Northeast took honors in hockey and aerial darts, and lost only one of three fast basketball games. The purpose of playday is to teach girl athletes throughout the city coopera- tion, leadership, and a sportsmanlike attitude. ividual sports and first aid. Miss Vera Bland, Girls' Physical Education Instructor, Miss Blond supervised hockey, bas- ketball and swimming, before she resigned this winter to be married. Her position was ca- pably filled by Mrs. Janet Mor- ris, who taught baseball and tennis. Student managers of the different sports organized the inter-class games, kept the equipment in good condition and helped the instructors choose All-Star teams, They are lleft to rightl Edith Boehmer, Hockey Manager, Delaine Kissee and Wanda Wompler, Co-Volleyball Managers, and Barbara Dawkins, Basketball Manager. 83 lAbovel: Margaret Moore and Audrey Richter "caught" feuding in a pre-school game of ping-pong, while Marjorie Matthews looks on. Miss 1"Teach"l Bland snapped as she gives the girls trying-out for basketball Playday pre-game in- structions. 84 Vi-Queens 1LeftD: Basketball is becoming the most popular sport among 'he Vi-QI-'een "Miss OIympians." Here, the for- ward shooting is obstructed from view by Mary Pott, guard. Number 8 is Diodora Chiavetta. iBelowl: Girls of the modified gym classes are becoming experts at Chi- nese Checkers. lRightl: These first aid stu- dents know artificial respiration is important. ll0n Action as some Vi-Queen athletes enjoy a fast game of hockey in the brisk fall air. Swimming in the Northeast pool is always thrilling, especially when you can watch Lucille Gray dive. 1Abovel Evelyn Bernhardy, on the farther side of the net, has just hit the ball and Bernadine House is ready to return it, as they battle in an after-school practice game of volleyball. Mrs. Janet Morris poses in a "free" mo- ment at home. 1Far leftl: Fun in the water as some Swimming Club "seals" I'3CE. No accident ward-a peek at a typical first aid class. Notice the girls feeling "pressure points" and applying knee, foot, eye, head, el- bow, and chest bandages. 85 sk bf ' ' 1 X , - X K M - I 'I l - i w , . . , I In . . ,,,, , 1, g H A Q5 .Q ,.,. E 1- 5' -' -J :.- ' ' , N A - J E In ..,. s A , 55: 5 . I .I , . :::.::.5.,E- : -1 K, . r ' ' 1: 4.55. - " Q - :Q , l -': - '::" ' ' t .I 3 X A 3235- 'Y-5 .. 3,1 H 1- :-gg: . -.,, ' ' . .:, -SM? Q ,,,., V :a1:g1,..:..-. ' 1 :Q -ggaifzjg.jEjQ,.1',:g:3gf:i,.:- 22:1 1 gl: ' V 'Q .25 tl I ,:I"5-:2:E':' "' Q qv.n T322 I EI ffffi 55315 Q.. N -15" -. - , 'Y 1-,Ji 1. - f W 'P 1-W ,.,.,,. 3 zz. . ., .. X " -'-' - S 552' 5 .,V.,V .fill-sriV:-E-:3E:'Ei:,52-:'3'' , SENIOR ALL-STAR VOLLEYBALL TEAM-First Rowflleft to rightl-Pott, Matthews, Sellers, Ashbaugh, Boehmer, Luteran, Skaggs. Second Row--lleft to rightl-Marsh, Miceli, Mont- gomery, Thompson, Hedges. Third Row--llett to right!-Kissee, Dawkins, Bernhardy, Wampler, Uhlig, Gale. HOCKEY PLAYDAY TEAMe-Front Row-lleft to rightl-Cicero, Moore, Mus, Luteran, Boehmer, Ashbaugh, Chitwood, Miceli. Back Rowhllett to rightl-Gale, Pott, Richter, Uhlig, Bernhardy, Miss Bland, Kissee, Dawkins, Evinger, l-louse. BASKETBALL PLAYDAY TEAM-Front Rowellett to rightl-Ashbaugh, Uhlig, Bernhardy, Dawkins, Lucas, Penyock, Mus. Back Row-llett to rightlfHughes, Evinger, Gray, l-louse, Boehmer, Sooter. Absentee, Kissee. 86 Shots at the football games, basketball games, and track meets. W l 17 Students Buying Tlneir Rings and Pins Shot of the School Scene at One of the Track Meets Winning Home Room Basketball Teams JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS CHARLES JONES Presiderrt BILL ALLISON Vice-President JEAN HENDERSON Secretory KATIE SMITH Reporter MISS GERTRUDE WEAVER Junior Closs Adviser BILL SCHWEER Giftorian MARILYN CASH Treasurer PAUL FREDERICK Sergeant-at-Arms Junior Picture I: Front rowillett to rightl: Ruth Arber, Mari- lyn Cash, Marie Bost, Rose Alice Bourne, Maxine Chinn, Joanna Buford, Mary Jane Coter, Jennie Coleman, Anna Beckman. Middle row-Lois Allinder, Wilma Bonham, Billie Adams, Donna Booth, Janice Barrett, Joanne Crouch, Betty Ayers, Dorothy Cook, Carmela Daleo. Back row-Charles Cutler, Monte Allen, Dean Cook, Dale Boyle, Laurence Allred, Harold Awalt, Minford Betts, Bill Barnes. 1 i Junior Picture III: Front row-lleft to rightl 2 Lorraine Hays, Frances Huttaker, Coralee Lackland, Joan Hub- bard, Fannie Lornono, Yvonne Hunley, June Heacock, Harlene Holterty, Jean Henderson. Middle Row--Charles Jones, Pat Hendrix, Mar- jorie Johnson, Ruth Hill, Betty Hurst, Verdamae Hassler, Juanita Horner, Olive Johnson, Rosella Johnson. Back row-Harold Hilburn, Deigh lrwin, Marvin Hollace, Bill Kelly, James Keal, Donald Heinz- man, Bob Kingsolver, J. W. Hartman, Clifford Hales, Bruce Lambert. Junior Picture ll: Front row llett to rightl-Aletha Hall, Geor- gia Francis, Virginia Dinwiddie, Betty Davis Juanita Green, Bertha Davis, Eddie Edmonson Arvilla Drinkard. Middle row-Barbara Golloway, Betty Finn Norma Dudley, Bertha Forrester, Leslie Denis- ton, Athene Davis, Eileen Dayton. Back row-John Guoltiere, Leroy Deweerdt Albert Honcock, Bob Gray, Wade Hall, Mere- dith Hamilton, Jack Ferguson. iflfxv 5 iii- 1 fii-, ...,,.... . J i ,, a u cafe J A ff l, K f'-' .". 'B 'iii ,C QJ S-" ff!! A 'ill ,,.i.,' "i- , ..i 'S t -i , ,f Ari lliii . f fi if 1 X ' C J is 1 ' JJ F X 5 I MJ XC ,R X ff f ,f, 1 , ,Q X ,vga ul -. f r" 5 :5 afmac ...,i. V- f V Q A ' 5' Q ' ' f' an 1 is - W il " cf P .6 i - ff I , t, L il IK X 5' , fl H A N -. 'gl' Ea' I 1 V X, ll . i. X, t if is . ' '5 'Q F f 2, f o r f P if w -- 3, K' WS f wt -1 4 l Qi W H 6 ' A ,T 'L 1 J1-2Eiijrii'1-fy yi. V -,,ZE,,,:, .,., ' fav- , , , 1 r Junior Picture V: Front Heft te righn V' :n Mary Ann Riley, Joette Pecoraro, Be Rhoads, Marianne Rudd, Mary Phillips, Bonnie Roberts, Katherine Reardon, Shirley Peironnet. Middle row-Bob Schaffhausen, Randall Pal- mer, Bill Schweer, Bill Reed, Ted Sanderson, Maureen Powell, Marie Prado, Martha Redmon. Back row-Anthony Paul Pace, Jack Sampson, Richard Ost, Earl Sidener, Richard Perry, Don Romano, Richard Sayles, Bill Allison. Senior Picture I: Front row-lleft to rightl: Cynthia Caldwell, Donna Moran, Dorothy Oldham, Nora Wilcher, Helen Lesslie, Margaret McElwain, Charlene Ammerman, Barbara Snapp, Millicent Barclay, Goldie Easterly. Middle Row-Frank Taylor, Jack Oats, Phyllis McDade, Della Nash, Nancy Sellers, Ethel Jean Noggle, Maxine Ferrell, Doris Marsh, Ralph Chambers, Myrine Ritter, Edith Long, Ruth Baggerly, Back row-Bert Easley, Spencer Portwood, Wel- don Sportsman, John Peden, Josephine Lane, Evelyn Bernhardy, Mary Shinn, Adella Rowe, Juanita Taylor, Charles Messenger. Junior Picture IV: Front row lleft to rightl-Joanne List, Dortha Missildine, Anita Longsdorf, Mary Janet Mar- kel, Jean Marquis, Muriel MaGill, Colleen Mayfield, Mary Rose Morris, Jannie Mettlach, Mary Jean McKinney, Mary Nedervelt. 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Tomorrow will see me punching a time clock or starting in on four more years' study at some college. You've already heard everything Northeast gave us, so take a good look at the senior pictures, read the proph- ecy, will, and ballot-do you have any idea what kind of future citizens we'll make? If it's good, chalk one up for good old Northeast Senior and if it's bad, take another look at the individual. Well, I am an alumni now-on the outside look- ing in-but forever cheering for my school. So long. i i 'HZ3 fl B 3 F 2 EE? .V i l Paul Nance and Dorothy DeGroffg Boy and Girl who have done most for Northeast. Bill Story and Mickey Hoverderg Jolly Good Boy and Girl. Tom Hall and Norma Stevens: Best Actor and Actress. Stanley Walker and Nancy Teelg Best Boy Bluffer and Worst Girl Flatterer. Neva Lee Shelton and Truman Gore: Best Girl and Boy Students. Gwen Harger and Charles Aikensg Most Popular Girl and Boy. Frances Miceli and Kenneth Bounds Best Girl and Boy Athletes. Betty Welker and Charles St. Louis Society Belle and Social Lion. r Blau ZW!! We, the graduating Seniors of this year nineteen hundred and forty-two, to bequeath the follow- ing to our fellow students who are to fill our places within the portals of dear old Northeast next year . . . individual Bequests: Dorothy DeGroff has bequeathed her wisdom, and loveliness to Jean Henderson. Stanley Walker has presented to Charles Jones the privilege of bluffing and carrying out the loud Walker tradition. Richard Connell has decided to let David Miller play all piano accompaniments in the future. Jane Wade has given Jane Ward the latest up-to-the-minute fashions from Paris, New France. Paul lE. NJ Stubbs has presented his blonde hair to Rex Hull. Alice Godman has agreed to give to Jean Marquis the royal title of loud Glamour Girl No. l. Kenny "Baby" Bounds has transferred his athletic abilities to Dick Soper. Pat Wilcox has at last realized that Joanne List should have her artistic abilities. George Polk has willed his charming grace in entertaining the feminine sex to Albert Hancock. Frances Miceli has left her athletic agility to Virginia Tanner. Maxine Anderson has transferred her ability to tell tall tales to Shirley Clements. Bill Gray has given his talented voice to Lawrence Allred. Gwen Harger has finally made up her mind to give her combined glamorousness and cuteness to Joan Serfling. Juanita Mongtomery has granted to Katie Smith her full measure of ability in shorthand and typing. Tom Hall bequeaths his dramatic talent to Charles Branch. Martha "Blue Eyes" Otto has left her technique for catching football stars to anyone who can get lt. Charles Martin has left the Hi-Y clubs to Bill Kelly. George Miller has given his full set of trap drums to Jimmy Miller-to carry on the Miller tradition. Bob Pierce has left his "original puns" to Jack Sampson. Mickey Hoverder has bestowed her pep and enthusiasm to Nancy Elsas. Charles Aikins 'has made a gift of his hypnotic manners of influencing the fair sex to George "Venus" Walker. Betty Welker has decided to leave her popularity-plus to Nora Mae iHope Hudsonl Wilcher. Duane Bryant has conferred his ability in higher mathematics to anyone that will take it. Jeanne Rogers has decreed that Shirley Peironnet shall have her dimples. Bob Bledsoe has granted to Carl Tamborello the Master of Ceremonies ofthe Viking Varieties of l942. Dick Fetters has passed on his title of "Tall, Dark, and Handsome," to Bill Allison. Don Thomas has left the stage crew to Lawrence Lehman and wishes his weight off upon lrwin Oats. Neva Lee Shelton has wished her scholastic honors upon Athene Davis. Ernest "Buck" lxzard and Neal "Sam" Doran are giving the second year Spanish Class to anyone that will take it. Virginia Johnson has granted to Sue Gates the title of "Sweater Girl No. l" of Northeast. Merritt Powles leaves his wavy hair to Paul Frederick. Ernestine Hagedorn has left the Pep Club to Joyce Tamblyn. Harold Rice has at last decided that the honor of being Northeast's Beau Brummel should go to Bill Schweer. Bob Bingham has bequeathed the Business Manager of the Annual to Dean Leslie. Jeanne Kresse has given her finesse to Muriel MaGill. Paul Nance has bestowed 'his leadership to Bill Burton. Wi-lly Rogers has not as yet been able to find anything that he could will to anyone. Oleta "Bubbles"' Bates leaves her natural wavy hair to Georgia Lee Francis. 'Ek -9 . Jgixd ir 2? - 96 Blau Ilan-pheaq Flashl Editor of New York Sun, Jeanne Rogers, christens Novy's newest ship, U.S.S. Nance. Bill lWizard of Wool Beck just released his newest book-"Where Romeo Made His Mistake." Artie Shaw's newest soloisi' is pert, petite, Pat Davis. Edith Anderson, librarian, appointed head of Library of Congress. Marjorie Lewis-Kansas City's candidate for Miss America of l95Z. New York "hit" stars K.C.'s gift to women, William lthe Conquerorl Gray. Dr. Quick lthe quacki displays perfect bedside manner while treating Sea Biscuit, the second. Madam Sorina lMaxine Anderson to the folks back homel, trapeze ortist, thrills crowds at Bingham-Bledsoe Four Paws Circus. Surrealist, Claudine Rist, presents exhibit of beautiful, bewildering masterpieces l?l Neva Lee Shelton, one of T.W.A.'s pretty hostesses, just married "her pilot." Barbara Dawkins, owner of the Dawkins Wild West Rodeo, has finally broken her 50th broncho. America's No, l flagpole sitter, Kenny Bounds, recently sold his newest book, "High Mon on a Flog Pole," which he wrote during his latest sitting, to M.G.M. lMikulic, Gipson, Maierl Studio for filming. lt will star Hollywood's greatest comedian, Kenneth Stobaugh. -.tsl - - - -sip " eieisiaw vafifvaaifg S-- . Ray Yeater, that swashbuckling window washer, held an audience spellbound as he flitted from pane to pane without the aid of a safety belt. Chauncey Apple, head of the Midwestern Fruit Growers Association, has just picked a peach for himself in the form of Miss Evelyn Knight. Harry Lawrey just patented a "bigger and better" mouse trap, hoping to catch millions. Wall street boom skyrockets Jack lDiamond Jiml Parmerlee, broker, to millionaire bracket. New Straight man on Stan Walker's Hour of Fun is quiet, solemn Albert Bruch. Tom Hall, cyclist, wins international six-day bike race. Candid camera fiend, June Tuggle, snaps Slugger Ken Bass in training for next bout with Champ Joe Louis. Chuck Martin, cartoonist, realizes childhood ambition-creates Adventures of Clyde and Daisy Jane. Toddy "Toscannini" Aikens directs Booneville Philharmonic while on nation-wide tour. . Professor Colleen Hatfield reaps reward for years of "star gazing" by discovering a new "star" who turned out to be Leonard iTaurusl Passantino, surrounded by a constellation of beauties from Bob Martin's Broadway Review. "Patricia" Powles made a successful debut singing the role of Manon at the Richard G. Clef Connell Music Hall. Ervin lCome 'n Get ltl Jones acclaimed the "best 'French' Chef this side of the Atlantic" by Harriet Grant, the Betty Crocker of her day. Senator Gore, the "dark horse" of the city election, was unanimously elected Park Commissioner in Wheatsfield, Missouri. Attention! Mr. Ralph Bush, San Quentin's new warden, recaptures dangerous Pretty Boy Bryan Wheeler. Edna Davis, modern Florence Nightingale, becomes head nurse at Dr. Polk's Looney Sanitarium. Harold Rice, the best dressed eligible bachelor of Waukeegan's cafe society, emphatically endorses Arrow Shirts. Paul Stubbs and Hank North were awarded plaques by the "You Name lt-We Have lt" Escort Bureau for being the most "co-operative" escorts under contract. Nancy Teel plays Ophelia with oomph to Russell lDig me another gravell Handy's Hamlet. Sensation of the Rambling Razer Road Show is the Forrest-Davidson song and dance number-a revival, after l l years, of an old ballad-"Little Joe." It puts them in the aisles! tw :VW .fc Ig -2, 'Q 'U-30 1 iiwfl SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Paul Nance President Dorothy DeGroff Vice-President William Gray Treasurer Alice Godman Reporter Charles Aikins Gifforian Betty Welker Sec reta ry Bob Pierce Sergeant-at-Arms Mr. L. A. Pinkey Sponsor Adney, Leroy: An energetic craftsman and all 'round "good guy." Aldridge, Ralph: Commonly known as Edgar. Band, 2, 3, 4, Winner in Poster Con- test, Dance Band, 4. Allinder, Dellis: A1bletiealLy-ianelined. Second team basketball, 3. Anderson, Maxine: Lite of the party. C. L. S., 3. 4, Sgt.-at-Arms, 4, Pep Club, Oftcer, 4, Art Officer, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Art Club, 3, 4, Pres, 4, Art Editor of Annual, 4, H, R. Pres., 4g Junior-Senior Prom Comm., 4. Angotti, Edith: Time of your life. Armstrong, Betty: There's fire in her eyes. Pep Club, 3, :Art Honor Society, 3, Girl Reserves, 4. Arney, Marion: Pride and me-ekness. Gen. Hon. Roll, 4, Annual Sales Cam- paign, 4. Arnold, Richard: Northeosfs newest discovery. Viking Varieties, 4. Albertson, Edith: Sweeter than the sweetest. Alexander, Patsy: Quiet and reserved, but tun. Student Council History Committee 4 Anderson, Edith: The girl with the smiling eyes. Pep-Stub, 3, Girl-Reserves, Z, 73 y geia Club, 3, Latin Club, 2, Courier Staff, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, H. R e porter, 3. Anderson, Wanda: NONE can COFTTDBYE. Antrim, Dorothy: Owner of a charming, shy smile T.L.S,, 4, H.R, V. Pres., 3, Pl1YSlOCJV-3Dl1V Club, 4. Arndt, Robert: Wisdom is not words. Arnold, Norman: Wavy hair. Ashford, Chester: Jolly, jovial, jubilant. R.O.T.C. Corporal, 2. Austin, Emadell: A blond with dimples 'n everythin'. A.L.S., 2, 3, 4, Seal Club, 2, Pep Club, 3, 4, Reporter, 3, Capt. All-Star Hockey Team, 2, H.R. Pres., 2, 3, Student Council, 4, Courier Staff, 3. Axline, John: D-ivinely interested. Banks, Elizabeth An asset to any group. T.L.S., 2, Latin Club, 2, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Dromatic Club, 4, H.R. V. Pres., 3, Gen, Hon. Roll, 3, 4. Barnes, Francis: Success is his. Sgt. R.O.T.C., 4, General Honor Roll, 4. Bates, Oletaz Always on the go. Student Council, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, C.L.S., 4, Pep Club, 3, 4, Song Leader. Beard, Elizabeth: A real worker. Gen. Hon, Roll, 2, 3, 4, D.L.S., 2, 3, 4, lnitiator, 3, V, Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres., 4, Pres., 4, All- Star Volleyball Capt., 3, All-Star Basket ball, 3, Student Council, 4, Chairman Red Cross Comm., 4, Girl Reserve, 3, 4, H.R. V. Pres., 4. Beckman, Ruth: A sparkling redhead. Girl Reserve, 2, 4, H. R. Pres., 2, 4. Betz, Rosemary: There's a light in those dark eyes. Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, T.L.S., 3, 4. IOO Austin, Ralph: Give me the wide open spaces. R.O.T.C. Pvt. First Class, 4, Baldwin, Bill: He's headed for success. R.O.T.C. Cpl., 3, Rifle Club, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman, 2, Color Guard, 2, Stage Crew, 2 Barber, Frances: An all-around likable girl. T.L.S., 3, Hygeia Club, 4, V. Pres., 4, Student Council Alternate, 3. Bass, Kenneth: An all-around sportsman is he. Hi-Y, 2, N Club, 3, 4, H.R. Pres, 2, 4, Football, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. Beals, Ruth: Really a grand person. Delta Literory Society, 4. Beck, Bill: "Georgie Porgie" N.S.D., 3, 4, H.R. Sec., 3, Courier Staff Sports Ed., 4, Golf Team, 4, Alternate Councilman, 4. Bell, Kenneth: Charles Atlus the 2nd. H.R. Pres., 2, H.R. V. Pres., 2, Sec., 3, Pres., 3. Bingham, Bob: Talented in a little bit of everything. Bus, Mgr. Annual, 4, N.S.D., 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4, V. Pres., 4, Parliamentarian, 3, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Executive Comm., 2, 3, 4, V. Pres., 4, City Hall Day Councillor, 3, Police Commissioner, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Librarian, 3, 4, Track Team, 3, 4, Tennis Team, 4, Courier Staff News Ed., 3, Gen. Hon, Roll, 2, 3, 4, Sofety Pins, 4, All City Student Talent Comm., 4, Basketball, 2, N. Club, 4. Bledsoe, Bob: Voice Superb. Gold Medal Lit, Contest, 35 Lead Spring Play, 35 M. C. of Viking Varieties, 3, 45 Chairman Courtesy Comm. Student Council, 45 B.L.S., 45 Pres., 45 Dramatic Club, 3, 45 Pres., 35 Critic, 45 Bus, Mgr. Spring Play, 35 lntersociety Dance Comm., 45 Golf Team, 45 Winner in Essay Contest, 25 Mixer Comm. Student Council, 35 Class Day Comm., 45 Educa- tion Pageant, 35 Class Day-Field Day, 3. Booth, Norma Lee: Dependable as time. C.L.S., 3, 45 Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. Boversmith, Helen: Her charm wins friends. AllvStar Volleyball, 25 All-Star Basket- batt, 2, Pep-Stub, 3, Seal-Stub, 3, D. L. S., 3, 45 Olympic Club, 45 Gen. Honor Roll, 45 D. L. S., Parliamentarian 4. Boyer, Virginia: You hardly know she's there, Dramatic Club, 4. Brady, Alice: Blonde and beautiful. Brazeal, Maynard: "Deep in the Heart-." All-Star Volleyball, 45 Second Team Basketball, 35 H, R. Pres., 35 A Cap- pella, 45 Viking Varieties, 3, 45 Spring Play, 35 Boys' Octette, 45 Boys' Quar- tette, 45 B. L. S., 45 Dramatic Club, 3, 4. Brown, Alice: Oh, those happy moments. Hygeia Club, 3. Bruson, Joe: Tall, dark and athletically inclined. Student Council, 2, 45 Basketball Team, 45 H. R. Pres., 25 Gen. Honor Roll, 3, 45 H. R. Sec., 35 H. R. V.-Pres., 3. Boehmer, Edith: A practical joker, but fun. Seal Club, 2, 3, 45 V. Pres., 3, 45 A.L.S., 25 'All-Star Hockey Team, 25 All-Star Basketball, 2, 35 All-Star Volleyball, 2, 35 Hockey Playday, 3, 45 Hockey Mgr., 45 Baseball Playday, 2, 35 Volleyball Payday, 2, 35 Basketball Playday, 4. Bounds, Kenneth: One man track and basketball team. 2nd Team Basketball, 25 lst Team Basketball, 3, 45 All-Star Football, 45 Hi-Y Sat.-at-Arms, 25 Hi-Y. 2, 3, 45 Student Council, 45 Track, 3, 45 N Club, 3, 4. Boyd, Betty: Life is just a bowl of cherries. G1-lil-RESEFVESVBA ' ' 45 D, L. S., 3, 45 H. R. Pres., 35 Span- ish Club, 3, 45 Pep Club, 35 Third Page Ed. Courier, 3, 4. Brackman, Eugene: Can't find anyone better. Branch, Harold: He's a man after his own heart. Corporal R. O. T. C., 35 Sgt., 35 2nd Rifle Team, 35 Second Lt., 45 First Lt., 45 Capt., 45 Major, 45 First Rifle Team, 45 Gen, Honor Roll, 45 H, R. Sgt.-at- Arms, 4. Brooks, Betty: Good natured is the word for Betty and quiet is the other. Bruch, Albert: Fun and puns. N. S. D., 3, 45 Dramatic Club, 2, 35 Re- porter, 35 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 45 R, O. T. C. Sgt., 35 Cheerleader, 45 Courier Staff R. O, T. C. Ed., Third Page Ed., 35 Rifle Club, 35 Tennis Team, 45 H, R. V-Pres., 25 R, O, T. C. Corporal, 35 Crack Company and Platoon Field Day, 25 Crack Company R. O. T. C. Circus, 3. Bryan, Dorothy: Sweet as sugar. Girls' Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Printers' Club, 4. lOl Bryant, Duane: Master mind. Asst. Business Mgr, Annual, 4, Crack Company and Platoon, 3, Sgt, R.O.T.C., 3, Corporal, 3, Lt., 4, Gen. Hon, Roll, i 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society, 3, 4, N. S. D., 2, 3, 4. Buford, Bonnie: Sweet as they come. Bush, Ralph: Hard worker. B. L. S., 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 3, 4. Butler, Peggy: Dancing eyes ond a smile that attracts. Campbell, Donald: Stout hearted. Orchestra, 2, 3, 4. Canole, James: How his feet fly. Viking Varieties, 3, 4. Corswell, Betty Jean: Perseverance pays. D. L. S., 3, 4, Sec., 4, Parliamen- tarian, 4. Chitwood, Lois: A sports-minded Vi-Queen. Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Olympic Club, 3, 4, Pep Club, 4, H. R, Pres., 3, 4 H. R. Sec., 2, 3, All-Star Basketball, 3 Hockey Playday, 4. 2 Buell, Florence: Her eyes and feet are always dancing Gjrl Reserves, 3, 4. Burge, Lois: Ah! 'tis a dream. Girls' Chorus, 2, 3. Butcher, Lois Mae A ranking artist. T. L. S., 3, Art Club 4 Button, Lavice: A high-stepping maiorotte Pep Club, 3, 4. Candill, Eugene: Bound for success. Carr, Nelson: Woman is fickle. Honor roll, 2, 3, 4 Cathey, Ruth: A real saleswoman Annual Sales Campaign 4 Christisen, Gordon Good-humor man. Latin Club, 3, Gen Hon Roll 2 Christianson, Olof: None con compete. Clardy, Claude: Neat in everything. N. S. D., 3, Student Council, 2, 3 History Comm., 3, Safety Comm., 2. Closson, George: +Who invented work? Physiography Club, 4. Colborn, Velma June: Loads of tun always. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, Latin Club Censor, 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 3. Cona, Carl: Small but full of zip. Student Council, 2. Cook, Geraldine: The girl with the winning smile, Cottitta, John: Rambler knight. Boys' Glee Club, 3, 4, B. L. S., 4. Crosby, Paul: "Bing" Crosby? Cicero, Josephine: "Cie" is an "all-star" all-around girl. All-Star Volleyball, 2, 3, All-Star Eas- ketbafl, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Playday, 3, 4, Basketball Playday, 3. Clark, Mary Elizabeth: Little said, but much accomplished. Physiography Club, 3, Hygeia Club, 4, Pres., 4, H. R. Sec., 4, Peo Club, 4. , . My mama done told me. Advertising Mgr. Courier Staff, 4. Collins, Robert: Always a laugh. Connell, Richard: Kitten on the keys. Hl-Y, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman, 4, V.-Pres., 4, Art Club, 2, 3, 4, Instru- mental Ed. Annual Staff, 4, N. S. D., 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Safety Comm., 3, 4, Viking Varieties, 4, News Ed. Courier Staff, 3, Art Honor Society, 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. Cooper, Edna: She knows her Shakespeare. Crenshaw, Pat: Popular Hop and Vi-Queen A. L. S., 2, 3, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Busi- ness Mgr. Courier, 3, R. O, T. C. Hop Queen, 2, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Safety Comm., 2, 3, A Cappella, 4, Viking Varieties, 4, H. R. Pics., I, 3. Cross, Vernetta: Sincere in all she does. C. L. S., 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3. 103 Cross, Betty: Beautiful in more ways than one. Daugherty, Nadyne: Winnie Winkle. H. R, Sec., 25 Pep Club, 35 Physiography Club, 4, Davidson, Wanda: Her heart is in the theater, C. L. S., 45 Dramatic Club, 45 Sec, and Treas., 45 Spring Play, 2, 35 Girl Re- serves, 3, 4. Davis, Pat: A beguiling smile and she can sing, too. Second Page. Ed. Courier Staff, 45 Girls' Chorus, 35 Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 45 Student Council, 25 Pres. Music Class, 25 Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. De Ghelder, Lillian: Books are o pathway to success. Demster, Bettie: Lovely and lively. Courier Staff, 45 T. L. S., 4. Dinsmoor, Emily: ls her middle name Elsie? D, L. S,, 45 Girls' Chorus, 45 A Cap- pella, 4. Dixon, Maxine: iAn earnest Vi-Queen. 4 Curtin, David: Jack Spry. Courier Staff, 4. Davidson, Jane: A style-setter in many ways. Student Council, 2, 35 Chairman Red Cross Comm., 35 A, L. S,, 2, 35 Viking Varieties, 3, 45 l-l. R, Pres., 25 A Cap- pella, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus, 25 Courier Staff, 35 Girl Reserves, 2, 35 Senior Gift Comm., 45 Solo Contest, 45 Band Concert, 3, Davis, Joseph: Rambler knight. N. S. D., 2, 3, 45 Second Rifle Team, 25 First Rifle Team, 35 Hi-Y Cabinet, 45 Student Council, 35 Band, 2. DeCIeva, Mary: Quite an actress. DeGrott, Dorothy: A born leader. Girl Reserve Cab., 2, 3, 45 Pres., 45 A. L. S., 2, 3, 45 Pres., 45 Critic, 45 Student Council Reporter, 35 First and Second V.-Pres., 45 All-City Student Council Sec., 45 Pres. Jr, Class, 35 V,-Pres, Senior Class, 45 Ed.-in-Chief Courier, 35 R, O. T. C. Hon Aide, 35 Nat'l Honor Society, 3, 45 Gold Medal Lit. Contest, 35 Highest Hon. Roll, 2, 3, 45 H. R. Pres., 2, 3, 45 Prom. Comm., 35 Ring and Pin Comm., 45 lntersociety Dance Comm., 45 Senior Ballot, 4. DiBeneditto, Jack: Plenty of what it takes. Dixon, Marjorie: Quiet, eager and sincere. D. L, S., 3, 45 Treas., 45 Nurses' Aid, 3, 45 Band, 2, 35 Librarian, 25 Physiog- raphy Club, 45 Nat'l Honor Society, 3, 4. i Dobbins, Gladys: A hard worker. Doran, Neal: Just call him Sam the clarinet man. Popular Orch., Z, 3, 4, Band, Mgr., 3, 4, Student Director of Band, 4, Viking Varieties, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, N. S, D., 2, Prom. Comm., 4, Annual Photographer, 4. Dowdy, Elizabeth: Speech is great, but silence is better. Pep Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 4. Drewer, Helen: Vivacious, dark-eyed Vi-Queen. +9relaes-t,,,.,41reasT3-fHfR+ Reporter, 4, Pep Club, 3, 4, Girl Re- serves, 3, 4, Seal Club, 4, Courier Staff, 4. Eaton, Don: What a piece of work is man! Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club, 4. Eisenbrandt, Robert: Beautiful dreamer. Ellis, Dorothy: ls there anything she doesn't do? Pep Club, 3, 4, T. L, S., 3, 4, lnitiator, 4, Spanish Club, 4, A Cappella, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 4, Courier Stuff, 4, Hygiea Club Treas., 3, Viking Varieties, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, School of the Air Broadcast, 4, Christmas Play, 4. Entsminger, Willa Mae: There is something funny in everything. General Honor Roll, 2, 3, A Cappella, 3, 4. Evans, Betty: The best time is leisure time. Girl Reserves, 4, H, R. Sec., 3. Doutt, Betty Jean: Quiet and a grand friend. Drake, Jimmy: He sure can blow his horn. Rifle Club, 3, 4, Band Pres., 3, H. R. Sec., 3, H. R. Pres., 4. Duncan, Harry: Call him Demosthenes. Flu-Y, L, 3, 4, Treas., 2, N, S, D., 2, 3, 4, Courier Staff, 4, Annual Staff, 4, H. R. Pres., 2, V.-Pres., 4, Treas., 3, Washington Play, 4. Eaton, Hal: Where did you get that accent? Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 2, V,-Pres., 3, Treas., 4, N. S. D., 3, 4, Treas., 3, V,-Pres., 4, Student Council, 2, Inter- Society Dance Comm., 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 4, H. R, Pres., 4, Courier Staff, 4, Washington Play, 4, Safety Play, 4. Elderbrook, Cathe:ine: A budding artist. Art Honor Society, 3. Ellsworth, Doris: An all-around capable girl. T. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, H. R, Reporter, 2, Dramatic Club, 4. Eubank, Verna: Who invented schools? Bond, 2, 3, Pep Club, 4, Commercial Club, 2, Girl Reserves, 4. Ewing, Marna: My time is your time. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Gold Medal Lit, Contest, 2, Student Council Health Comm. Chairman, 4, C. L. S., 2, 3, 4, V,-Pres., 4, Pres., 4, Art Club, 3, 4, Reporter, 3, .Adv. Mgr. Courier Staff, 4, Girls' Senior Ed. Annual Stntt, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Pres., 2, 4, V,-Pres., 3, Cap and Gown Comm., 4, Nat'l Art Honor Society, 3. Fetter, Richard: Brains and looks do go together. N. S. D., 4, Gen. Hon. Roll, 4, Viking Varieties Drill Team, 4, First Lt. R. O. T. C., 4, Crack Co. R. O. T. C. Field Day, 2, 3, Election Comm, Stu- dent Council, 4, Aviation Club, 2, H. R, Pres., 2, 3, Viking Rifle Team, 2, 4, Class Gift Comm., 4. Flack, Richard: The man with the gum-and that "ain't" all. B. L. S., 4, R. O. T. C. Sgt., 2, Lt., 4, Crack Squad R. O, T. C., 2, Ford, Mildred: An attractive personality. Forrest, Norma: Dark eyes, dark hair, and oomph, al in one, Viking Varieties, 3, A. L. S., 2. Fritz, Norine: Slowly provoked, she eosily forgives. Pep Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 3, 4. Galbraith, Bettie: She "beats" the band. C. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 3, Girl Re- serve, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 4, H. R. Sec., 3, Orchestra, 2, 3, Li- brarian, 3, Band, 4, Librarian, 4, Con- cert Band, 2, 3, Latin Club, 2, Physiog- raphy Club, 4, Courier Staff, 4, Lit, Contest, 2, University Women's Club, 2, 3, 4. Garrett, Ruby: Ruby like a ring stone. Gengone, Barbara: Always active. Courier Staff, 4. Fitzgerald, Rebecca: Varied are her thoughts and rare her conversation. Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Flugel, Frances: Every "inch" an All-Star. Pep Club, 3, 4, All-Star Basket all 3, 4, AIlAStar Volleyball, 3, 4, All- Hockey, 4. Falco, Joe: He'll find a way. Student Council, 4. Frank, Dora: Efficiency personified. General Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. Fuller, Eugene: A loyal Viking-that means much. Gale, Della: lt's girls like Della that get thin s done. Pep Club, 4, Olympic Club, 3, 4, All Star Volleyball, 3, All-Star Hockey 4 Gates, Dorothy: Style and everything. A. L. S., 3, 4, Courier Staff, Club, 3, 4, H. R. Officer, 3, Gibson, Marybelle: One of Northeast's grandest Pep Gibson, Henryetta: Sweet and lovely. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, Honor Study Hall, 4. Gipson, Russell: Happy-go-lucky. Godman, Alice: Glamour plus. 'A L. S., 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 4, Giri Re- serves, 2, 3, 4, WPub. Chairman, 4, Courier staff, 4T7Tl'l-Sta Basketball Team, 2, All-Star Hockey 25 Re- porter Senior Cl,, 4, Gen, Roll, Z 3 4' A L S S r , , , . . . o R, O. l. C. Hoo Queen, Cap ond Gown Comm. Gore, Truman: Colonel now-General soon, Crack Platoon and Company, R, O T. C, 2, Gen. Honor Roll 3, Crock Company, 3, Sgt. R. O. T. C., 3, H. R. Pres., 3, Band, 2, 3, 4, Band Officer, 4, N, S. D, 3, 4, Rifle Club, 3, 4, Maier and Co'onel R. O. T. C., 4, Highest Honor Holl, 4, Student Council Pres., 4, Viking Varieties, 4, Gift Comm., 4, Senior Ballot, 4. Gray, Bill: ls not grey in his ways. N. S. D., 2, 3, Student Council, 2, Class Treas., 3, 4, A Cappella Cho r, Z, 3, Viking Varieties, 4, H, R. Pres. 2, H, R. Sec., 3, Hi-Y, 2, State Soo Contest Winner, 3, Boys' Quartetc, 3, 4, Boys' Octette, 4, Solo Contest Win- ner, 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3. Gravetter, Audrey: Sparkling, dark-eyed Vi-Queen. Pep Club, 3, Viking Varieties, 3, 4, A Cappella, 4, Girls' Chorus Pres., 3. Grouse, Virginia: Definitely an outdoor girl. Seol Club, 4, Basketball Playday, 4, All-Star Basketball, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Volleyball, 2, 3, 4, Al!-Star Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Playday, 4. Hagedorn, Ernest-ine: "Come on, everybody sing." Pep Club, 3, 4, V.-Pres., 4, C. L. S., 3, 4, Parliamentarian, 4, Student Coun- cil, 3, 4, Chairman Safety Comm., 3, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Song Leader, 4, Safety Pins, 4. Gioconda, Anna: With malice toward none. Hygeia Club Sec., 4, H. R, Officer, 3. Gooddan, Rose: Naturally nice. Goodpaster, Dwight: 1 A "wl'Wling dervish ' V on floor. Boys' Glec Club, 3. Grant, Harriet: Million dollar personality, Band Concert, 3, A. L. S., Officer, 2. G ay, Dorothy: Darling Nelly Grey, Groff, Sanford: Little but mighty. Haddix, Bill: Solicitude. Hale, Betty Alice: A true Northeast queen. 'the dank 2, 3: H. R. 107 Hale, Betty Jean: Always ready with a laugh. Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Pei: Club, 3, Seal Club, 3, Olympic Club, , H, R. Sec., 3, All-Stor Hockey, 2, Annual Staff, 4, First Page Ed, Courier, 4, D. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Art Club, 4, Student Council Alternate, 3, Honor Roll, 3, 4. Hall, Ann: "Oh, what you said." T. L. S., 3, Seal Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 4. Hamilton, Harlene: One look and their hearts begin to flutter. Girl Reserves, 4, A Cappella, 4, Viking Varieties, 4, H. R. Mixer Hostess, 2, H. R. Song leader, 3. Hanaway, John: Red head. Band, 2, 3, 4, General Honor Roll, 2, 4. Hanrion, Maxine: Hear ye the hum of mighty workers Girl Reserves, 4, Genera! Honor Roll, 3. Hassel, Charles: Energy wins the woy. Hassell, Florence: Ecger for knowledge. Hygeia Club, 3, 4. Hayes, John: School? What's that? R. O. T. C. Crack Squad Field Day, 4, Company drill R. O. T. C. Circus, 4. Hale, Margaret: The executive type. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, All-Star Hockey Team Capt., 2, Seal Club, 2, 3, D. L. S., 2, 3, 4, initiator, 3, Art Club, 4, Ed.- in-Chief of Courier, 4, Equipment Mgr. in Gym., 2, Girl Reserves, 4, Pep Club, 3. Hall, Thomas: An actor's lite for me. Spring Play, 2, Christmas Play, 2, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Safety Pins, 4, Dramatic Club, 3, 4, B, L. S., 4, Inter- Tociety Dance Comm., 4, Senior Bal- ot, 4. Hamilton, Maxine: Her dances are all taken. Handy, Russell: l love work-it fascinates me. Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 4, Second V,-Pres., 4, N. S. D., 2, 3, 4, lntersociety Dance Comm., 4, Class Day Comm., 4, Boys' Sr. Ed. Annual, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 2, Student Council Executive Comm., 3, 4, Courier Staff, 4, Dramatic Club Reporter, 4, H. R. Offi- Serh 2, 3, 4, Lit. Contest, 3, Field Day, Hardin, Eugene: Northeast needs more like him. Hassel, Floyd: Ernest and quiet. Rifle Club, 3. Hatfield, Colleen: Variety is the spice of life. H. R. Pres., 2, H. R. V. Pres., 3, Student Council, 4, T. L. S., 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms, 3, V.-Pres., 4, Pres., 4, Art Club Sec., 4, Girl Reserves, 3, Gen. HOHOF4 Roll, 2, 3, Highest Honor Ro , . Haynes, Lou Ann: A girl who won't ever run out of friends. ,All-Star Volleyball, 3, Seal Club, 3. Hedrick, Margaret: Smart and sincere. Student Council, 2, 35 Chairman of Courtesy Comm., 35 D. L. S., 2, 3, 45 Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 45 Courier Staff Society Ed., 35 Safety Comm., 3, 45 H. R. V. Pres., 4. Heims, Dale: His stateliness will toke him places. Helm, Donald: A grand all-around boy. Art club, 2, 4, student Council, 2, Gen. Honor Roll, 2. Herman, Dorothy: She is timid, but a sincere friend. Hofmann, Betty: Happy am I5 from care am l free. Houston, Walter: Clever and capable. Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 35 Art Honor So- ciety, 2, 35 N. S. D., 2, 3, 45 Business Mgr. Courier Staff, 45 Asst, Ed. Annual, 45 Art Club, 45 R. O. T. C, Cpl. and Sgt., 35 Student Council, 35 Home Room Pres., 2. Hovermole, Geraldine: Far from the world's busy throng. Howell, Alvin: We'll not forget his charm. Heilman, Bill: A marksman in several ways. Band, 2, 3, 45 Second Rifle Team, 3. Hisey, Bill: Worth his weight i R. O. T. C. Second H enihaw n gold. Lt., 45 Sgt., 3. A girl of true merit. Hobson, Carol: An actress at heart. Dramatic Club, 3, 4 ington Play, 4. Hood, Mary: Loyal Vi-Queen. 5 Pep Club, 45 Wash- Physiography, 25 Gen. Honor Roll, 25 Girl Reserves, 4. Hoverder, Micke Y! Where there's a play there's Mickey. Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 45 Locals Ed. An- nual, 45 Bus. Mgr. Courier, 35 Dramotic Club, 45 V.-Pres. Seal Club, 25 Art Club Sec., 35 Gen. Hon Day Comm., 45 H. Sec., 35 Viking T L. S., 2, 3, 4, Pres., 45 V.-Pres, Ballot5 Washington or Rol, 2, 45 Class R. V.-Pres., 45 H. R. Varieties, 2, 3, 45 Sec., 25 V.-Pres., 35 Pep Club, 45 Senior Play, 4 Howard, Irma Lee: Never without a smile. Courier Staff, 45 Pres., 3. A. L. S., 35 H. R, Huffstutter, Betty: Proof thzt size is no handicap. ALS 23-45l-l.R,Sec.,2,35 H. R. Pres., 45 Gen. Honor Roll, 3. 09 0 Hundley, Dorothy: A loyal Nor'easter. Hynden, Carl: He slays 'em. Orchestra, 3, 4, Officer, 3, Second Lt. R. O. T. C., 3. Janacaro, Victor: Oh! That smile! Jesser, Walter: 'Nuff said. Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil Alternate, 2. Johnson, Virginia: Oh! l'm breathless. Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 3, Social Chairman, 4, A. L. S., 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres 3, Pres., 4, Student Council Sec., 4, H. R. Sec., 2, H. R. Jones, Ervin: Pres., 3. Too many cooks spoil the broth. Julian, Alpha: Diminutive dancer. Viking Varieties, 4. Kearney, Eleanor: The smile that beguiles. Girl Reserve, 3, 4, Song leader, 3, Viking Varieties, 4, M. C. of Retail Banquet. Hurr, Roberta: Determination is her art. Pep Club, 3, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, C. L. S., 3, Student Council, 3, H. R. Officer, 3. Jackson, Eleanor: As dependable as the cloy is long. Jensen, Dale, He speaks for himself Johnson, Helen: All the world's a stage. C. L. S., 2, Girl Reserve Cabinet Mem- ber, 2, 3, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Speaker during Education Week, 4, Asst. Direc- tor of Washington Program, 4, H. R. Treas., 3, 4. Jones, Dorothy: Little, but oh my! Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, C, L. S., Z, 3, 4, Pep Club, 4, H. R. Treas., 3. Joseph, James: Music is his "line" Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Kalinich, Louise: A superb secretary and friend. T. L. S., 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, H. R. V.-Pres., 4. Keorns, Marjorie: Tall, dark and be-utiful! Girl Reserve, 3, 4, A Cappella, 4. Kelly, Aileen: Naturally nice. Kissee, Delainez Life without sports? No! Gen. Honor Roll, 4, Student Council, 4, Olympic Club Pres., 4, All-Stag' l-lloclxy, Z 3' All-Star Vol eyball, 2, , 2 Star'Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Basketbjl Playday, 3, 4, Hockey Playday, Volleyball Mgr., 4, Kresse, Jeanne: Dignity and charm, always. Geri-Re-fefve,QT3e 4, S., .Li 4: f Chaplain, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3, Student Mgr., 2. Kurtzeborn, Edward: He'll find a way. Printers Club Pres., 4. Lakin, Thelma: Folks all stop and stare. H. R. Secretary, 4. Lapsley, Fonscene: Deserving of merit. D. L. S., 2, 3, 4, All-Star Basketball, 2, Gen. Honor Roll, 3, 4. Lewis, Helen: Two of a kind. Lincoln, Thomas: Call him little "Abe" Cpl. and Sgt., R. O. T. C., 4, Club, 2, 3, 4. Ri Kelly, Jean: Friendly to all. Student Council, 2, 3, H, R. Pres., 2, Courier Staff, 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 4, Bronze Medal Short Story, 3, University Women's Club, 2, 3, 4. Kobe, Pete: What an athlete! Student Council, 2, Football, 3, 4. Krueger, Calvin: Every iQ a man. Lackland, Robert: Deeds, not words, are proof of sincerity. Courier Stafff, 4. Lapsley, Corinthia: Diligent and sincere. D. L. S., 3, 4, H. R. Sec., 2, 3, H. R. Treas,, 3, Dramotic Club, 2, 3, 4, Spring Play, 3. Lawrey, Harry: He'Il find a niche in the hall of fame. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres., 2, Rifle Club, 3, 4, N, S. D., 4, Student Council, 4, Civilian Air Patrol U. Pres., 4, Cor- poral, R. O. T. C., 4, Sgt., 4, Chairman of Personal Property Comm. of St, Council, 4, Viking Varieties, 4, H. R. V.-Pres., 3. Lewis, Marjorie: Likable and deserying. Girl Reserve, 2, 3, Art Club, 2, 3, Art Honor Society, 4. Lindsey, Zelna: A willling worker. Gen. Honor Roll, Z, 3, 4, 2 Little, Edward: Big in the things he does. Lynch, Bill: The hand that executes. ' Gen. Honor Roll, 45 N. S, D., 45 Hi-Y, 45 Sgt. R, O, T. C., 35 Capt., 4. McChesney, Billy: "Silly, asm ii?" Student Council, 2. McConnell, Bill: Little mon on a "put-put." Corporal R. O. T. C., 2, 3. McDonald, Jane: Always a laugh! D. L. S., 3, 45 Reporter, 35 Program Chairman, 45 Viking Varieties, 4, Make-up Dept. Spring Playhouse, 3, 45 H. R. Pres., 2, 35 Student Council, 2, 3. McDonald, Lolita: Can't be beat, H. R, Pres., 35 Pep Club, 3. Mack, Dora Deane: Pep and personality, both. Girl Reserve, '2, 3, 45 D. L. S., 35 Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 45 All'Star Hockey, 25 All-Star Basketball, 25 All-Stor Volley- ball, 2. Maienschein, Robert: Mooney-but always shining. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4. Long, Ruth: She knows what she wants and gets it. Physiography Club, 45 H. R. Sec., 2, 45 H. R. Pres., 2. McCannon, Shirley: Bound to succeed. Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 45 T. L. S. 2, 3, 45 Treas., 35 Reporter, 35 Book- keeper Annunal Staff, 45 Printing Club 35 Courier Staff, 45 H, R, Pres., 2. 1 1 McClure, Norman: Ah! Vacation is my foyorite season. McCraw, Shirley: Steady as a sum. McDonald, June: June flowers bring success. McMahon, Robert: Grand all-around guy. Magie, Nadine: School was not made for me. Maier, Robert: Quiet and handsome. Cap and Gown Comm., 45 Student Council, 3, 45 R. O. T, C. Sgt., 35 Lt., 4. Malone, Laverne: A salesman at heart, Martens, Robert: A scholor and a good one. Gen, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Crack Platoon and Co., R. O. T. C., 2, Sgt, R. O. T. C., 4. Martin, Charles: He'll always have friends-girl and boy. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4, Art Club Pres., 4'f?E'FTCl, Z, 3, 4fN. S, D., 3, 4, Annual Art Comm., 4, Courier Staff, 4, H, R. Pres., 3. Matteson, Maxine: Smiling redhead. Meyer, Blanch: Considerate of all. Pep Club, 3. Mikulic, Boyourd: Head of the rowing team. B. L, S., 4, H, R. Pres 3' H R V,-Pres., 3, 4. 41 1 . . Miller, George: Skin beater-Gene Krupa the second. Band, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band, Z, 3, 4, Viking Varieties, 2, 3, 4, H. R, Pres., 2, Student Council, 3, Hi4Y, 25 H- R- Basketba'l, 2, 3, Missouri Champion- ship Swing Drummer, 4. Monaco, Josephine: A likable personality. Marazine, Mildred: Pretty and petite. Martin, Beverly: Eyes that hypnotize. Pep Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserve, 3, 4 T, L, S., 3, 4, Sec., 4, Safety Council 3, H. R. Pres., 2. Martin, Robert: One of our loyal Vi-Kings. l:liLY W ' Cap and Gown Comm., 4. Metheny, Loyd: Smart os a braintrust. Stage Crew, 2, 3, R, -O, T, C, Sgt., 3, Rifle Team, 2, 3. Miceli, Frances: An artist and an "all-star" all in one, D, L. S, initiator, 2, Sec., 3, Pres., 4, Highest Honor Roll, 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, Girls' Sports Ed. Annual, 4, Cour- ier Saff, 4th Page Ed., 4, Art Honor Society, 2, 3, 4, Senior Ballot, Winner in Poster Contest, 2, Pep Club, 4, Stu- dent Council, 3, H, R. Pres., 3, H. R, V.-Pres., 2, All-Star Hockey, 2, 4, Hockey Playday, 4, Capt, All-Star Vol- leyball, 2, 4, All-Star Basketball, 2, 4, Nat'l Honor Society, 4. Miller, Catherine: A head for brains and beauty. Girl Reserve, 3, 4, C. L, S., 4, H. R. Pres., 3, All-Star Volleyball, 2, All- Stor Basketball, 3. Minter, Gwen: A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market. Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, T, L. S,, 2, 3, 4, initiator, 3, Pep Club, 2, 3, Dramatic Club Sec., 2. Monteil, Vera: Earnest and grand fun. Seal Club, 3. 1 1 Treas., 4, Aviation Club V.-Pres., 2, Montgomery, Juanita: The best things come in small pack- ages. Olympic Club, 2, Spanish Club, 3, Sec. All-City Student Council, 4, H. R. V.-Pres., 2, Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, :All-Star Hockey, 2, All-Star Volleyball, 2, 3, 4, All-Stor Basketbal, 2, 3, 4, Third Page Ed.tor Courier Staff, 4, Nat'l Honor Society, 4. Moyer, John: Give me some "moyer." Murie, Mary Lee: Quiet and Charming. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, D. L. S., 2, 3, Girl Reserve, 4. Murray, Herbert: Zealous, yet modest. Physiography Club Pres., 3, H, R. Sec., 3, Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2. Nelson, Frances: A real craftswoman. Girl Reserve Social Chairman, 4, Art Comm. Annual Staff, 4. Nipp, Maxine: A grand girl. Or.ilI, Don: Short but full of pep. Student Council, 2, 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3. Otto, Martha Jean: Versatility is her forte, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, A. L, S., 3, 4, Reporter, 4, Dramatic Club, 4, Sec.- Treas,, 4, Student Council, 4, Red Cross Comm., 4, Pep Club, 4, Annual Staff Sec., 4, First Page Editor Courier Staff, 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 4, Student Council Alt., 3, 4, Invitation Comm., 4, Spring Play, 4, Readin', Writln' Broad- cast, 4, National Honor Society, 4. 4 Morris, Gene: A one-woman man. Student Council, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, Pres., 2, H, R, Pres., 2, Library Page, 3, 4. Munns, Marion: Speed to burn. Murphey, Evelyn: Pleasure before business Nau, Stella: Dark-eyed charmer. Nigro, Phyllis: Full of enthusiasm. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, Life Saving, 2. North, Arnot: Add "east" to his name, and you have the answer. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Student Council, 4. Otis, Beverly: Nothing is useless. Band, 2, 3, 4. Owens, Margaret: Northeast gained and grand girl in Margaret, Pep Club, 4. Chairman, 4, lost a really 0'Roark, Kathryn: A better friend cou'd not be found, D. L. S., 4, Art Club, 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2. Paden, Mary Ann: On with the dance. Parmerlee, Jack: To be or not to be-, H, R. Pres., 2, 3, Student Council Re- porter, 4, Third Page Ed, Courier, 4, Hi-Y., 2, 3, 4, Sec., 4, N. S. D. Re- porter, Q f ' , , 'tattrr Cdltrb' Reporter, 3, Pres., 4, R. O. T. C. Ed. Annual, 4, Rifle Club, 2, 3, R. O T. C. Col. and Sgt, R, O, T. C., 3 First and Second Lt., R. O. T. C., 4 crack Platoon Field Day, 3, Reaaini Writin' Radio Skit, 4, Cap and Gown Comm, 4. Payne, Bruce: Quiet, but oh! Pecoraro, Annabelle: Perfect disposition. Art Club, 3, 4, Annual Art Comm., 4, H, R. Sec, and V.-Pres., 2. Phelps, Doris: A ways smiling, D, L. S., 3, 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, Pierce, Robert: A genius at mind, First team football, 2, 3, 4, First Team Basketball, 2, 3, Trock Mgr., 3, Student Council, 4, H. R, Pres., 4, Sot.-at-Arms Jr, Class, 3, Reporter, 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 3, N, Club, 2, 3, 4, B. L. S., 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres., 4, M. C. of Viking Varieties, 4, Spring Play, 2, Mixer Comm., 4, Asst, Ed. Courier, 3, Hi-Y, 3, 4, All-Star Football, 4, Hon, Men- All-Star Football and Basketball, 3, Spring Play, 4. Pilkington, Jean: There is great ability in being able to conceal one's ability, Pace, Grace: She sets the "pcice." Hygeia Club, 3, 4. Palazola, Vincent: Once a friend, aways a friend. Student Council, 3, H. R. Pres., 2 lntra-Mural Sports, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 2. "Bull" is a swell guy, Football, 3, 4. Pease, Laurella: A clever poet. A Cappella, 2, Orchestra, 2, Seal Club, 3, 4, D. L, S., 3, 4, Gir Reserve, 4. Petrechko, Richard: Just a lady-killer at heart. N Club, 3, 4, H. R. Pres., 4, Second Team Football, 2, First Team Footba.l, 3, 4. Pickett, Doris: Politeness personified. A Cappella, 4, T. L. S., 3, 4. Pileggi, Joseph: Fest man. Student Council, 2, 4, English Class Pres., 2, Pitt, Hazel: Silence is golden. Pep Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 3, -1, A Cappella, 4, Girls' Chorus, 4, Girl Re- serve, 3, Spring Play, 3, Oratorical Contest Third Place, 3, Pizzichino, Nunzietta: Hard nome but swell girl. Polk, George: Quite the ladies' rnan with wavy hair. Student Council, 2, 4, Second Page Ed, Courier, 3, H. R, V.-Pres., 3, Reporter, 4, Cpl. R. O, T. C., 2, Rit,e Club, 2, Sgt, R, O, T C., 3, 4, Art Club, 3, 4, Treas., 4, Hi-Y, 2, Annual Staff Car- toonist, 5, N. S, D., 2, 3, Powles, Merritt: High "blond" pressure, Praeger, Connie: Plenty of ability and pep, G, R. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, C. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Poster Contest Winner, 2, Annual Vocal Music Ed., 4, Art Club, 2, 3, 4, -Art Honor Society, 2, 3, Viking Varie- ties, 4, Gen, Honor Roll, 4, A Cappella, 4, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3. Pruitt, Barbara: Sweet as sugar. T. L, S., 3, 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, H. R. V,-Pres., 2, Student Council, 4. Quick, David: "Dr, Quack"-oops, a misspelling. R. O. T. C. Cpi. and First Sgt., 3, Lt., 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, B. L. S., 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres., 4, Student Council Election Comm., 4, Hi-Y Cab- inet, 4, Business Mgr. Courier, 3, Rifle Club, 2, H. R, Sec., 3. Raniolo, Salvino: Who said Frank Sinatra? Reddock, Ruellz The serious athletic type. Gen, Honor Roll, 3, H. R. Sgt,-af- Arms, 3, Student Council, 4, N Club, 4, H. R. Basketball, 3, Track, 3, 4, Foot- ball, 3, 4, Basketball, 3. 6 Plummer, Mary Louise: Success will be hers. Art Honor Society, 3, H. R. Sec., 2, Pep Club, 3, 4. Porter, Evelyn: Every inch a grand girl and friend. Powles, Patty: A sweet songstress and loads -of fun. C. L, S., Z, 3, 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus, 2, Viking Varieties, 2, 4, Gen, Honor Roll, 3. Privitera, Carl: Crack swimmer. Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Pres. English Class, 2. Pulley, Mary Jane: Blond charmcr. Physiograohy Club, 4, Student Council, 4, H. R. Pres., 4. Razer, Sally Ann: To be loved needs only to be seen. C. L. S., 2, 3, 4, lnitiator, 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Devotional Chairman, 4, Gen, Honor Roll, 3. Ronsier, Mona: A mind of her own. All-Star Volleyball, 2, 3, All-Star Bes- ketball, 3. Reese, Gwen: The kind of a girl we all admire. Rennison, Anna: The way to have friends is to be one. All-Star Hockey, 3, H, R, Pres., 2, All-Star Volleyball, 4. Richards, Grace: Every little bit helps. Seal Club, 2, 3, Treas., 2: All-Star Volleyball, 3, 4, All-Star Basketbal, 3, 4. Riling, Charlgf ' A fine boy. Roberts, Farrell: He's got it bad and that's good. R. O. T, C. Sgt., 4, Band, 3. 4, B, L. S., 4, Rifle Club, 3, 4, Physiog- raphy Club, 4, Rose, Peggy: A smile for all. H. R. Pres., 5, D. L. S., 4. Russell, Helen: Oh, the brunettes. Courier Staff, 2. Russell, William: Where theres a smile, l3ill's behind it, Sagaser, Carolyn: A sweet little miss. Rice, Harold: A budding Beau Brummel. Student Council, 3, Boys' Glee Cub. 4 Mixer Comm., 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom, Comm. 3, Cheer leader, 4, Viking Varieties 3, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Cabinet Mem., 3, 4, Dra- matic Club, 3, 4, H. R. Pres., 4. Ricketts, Cleo: She is always in a good humor. Gen, Honor Roll, 3, Viking Varieties, 4, A Cappella, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3, H. R. V.-Pres., 3, Rist. Claudineq Y Competent and always dependable. Rogers, Jeanne: V High on the ladder of success. Ed.-in-Chief Annual, 4, Instrumental Music Ed. Annual, 3, Soph. Ed. Annual, 2, Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Highest Honor Roll, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Viking Varieties, 3, 4, A, L. S., 2, 3, 4, Mixer Comm., 4, Band, 3, 4, Asst. Uni- form Mgr., 4, Dance Band, 3, 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Health Comm, Student Council, 4, Second Page Ed. Courier, 4, Seal Club Sec., 2, All-Star Volleyball, 2, All-Star Basketball Capt., 2, 'All-Star Hockey, 2, Individual Sports Playday, 2, H. R. Sec., 2, Hockey Playday, 2, French Club, 3, Nat'l Honor Society. Rutledge, Joanne: A divine little lady, and good com- pany, too. A. l.. S., 2, 3, 4, Sec., 4, Girl Re- serves, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Member, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 4, H. R. V.-Pres., 3, Nat'l Honor Society, 4. Russell, Jean: Our glamour girl, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil, 4, Courier Business Mqr.. 4, C, I.. S., 4, Reporter, 4, University Women's Club, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Comm. Student Council, 4, H. R. Offi- cer, 2, 3, Girl Reserve, 2, Nat'l Honor Society. Rymer, Claude: A combination of Bing Crosby and Joe DiMaggio. Second Team Football, 2, First Team Football, 3, 4, All-Star Football, 4, First Team Basketball, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Track, 3, N Club, 3, 4, A Cappella, 4. Samples, Wilda: She is no sample. 1 Sampson, Shirley: A better friend couldn't be found. C. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Sgt,-at-Arms, 4, Treas., 4, Dramatic Club, 4, H. R. Vice-Pres., 4, H. R. Treas., 2, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4. Sanner, Shirley: A true Northeast Vi-Queen. C. L. S., 3, 4, Pep Club, 3, Art Club, 3, 4, ViceePres., 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Devotional Chairman, 4, H. R. Sec., Z, H. R. V.-Pres., 2, 3. Sartwell, Mary: A vivacious blond. Sayer, Bernice: Dark eyes and a "charming" smile. Gen. Honor Roll, 3, A Cappella, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3, Physiography Club, 3, Courier Staff, 4, H, R. Sec., 3, Re- porter, 4. Schmitt, Edward: A willing worker. Student Council Pres. and V.-Pres., 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 2, Art Club V.-Pres., 2, Glee Club, 2, Student Council, 3, 4, B, l., S., 4, Washington Play, 4, Latin Club, 3, 4. Schoenberg, Josephine: She shows us, Olympic Club, 4, Pep Club, 3. Shelly, Mary Jane: She works with efficiency. Art Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserve, 4. Sloan, Patricia: A grand all 'round girl. Pep Club, 3, 4, Seal Club, 3, Courier Staff, 3. Sanders, Mary Lou: She went forth with a purpose. D. L. S., 2, 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Courier Staff, 3, H. R. Sec., 2. Sargent, Eddie: Another Northeast warrior. Sarver, Yvonne: Poised at ail times. Student Council, 2, Gen. Honor Roll, 3, 4, T, L. S., 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, Pep Club, 3, H. R, Sec., 2, P,AT.A. Pro- gram, 3, 4. Schafer, Ruth: Quiet and sincere. Gen. Honor Roll, 3, Schneider, Wilma: A Northeast Hcaptivator. Pep Club, 3, 4, Olyrnmc Club, 3, Stu- dent Council, 4. if Segler, Eugenia: Mighty nice. Physiography Club, 4. Shelton, Neva Lee: Nothing great was ever achieved with- out enthusiasm. C. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Sec., 4, Treas., 4, Viking Varieties Student Mgr., 4, Stu- dent Council, 3, 4, Safety Comm., 3, Executive Comm., 3, Chairman of Elec- tion Comm., 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, Highest Honor Ro I, 4, Courier Staff, 3, Pep Club, 4, All City Student Council Sec., 4, H. R. Pres., 2, Girl Reserve, Z 3 4' Printers Club, 2, Latin Club, 3, Senior Baum, N. H. s., 4. Smay, Noel: Water boy. Football water boy, 4. Smith, Norma: A Smith that is going places. .A, L. S., 3, 4, Reporter, 3, initiator, 4 Spanish Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserve, 3, 4, Cabinet Mem., 4, Courier Staff, 4, H, R, Pres., 3. Sparks, Maurine: Her modesty will bring her success. Spencer, John: "Weil"-Vnut saidl. U . H. A, Pres., 2, V.-Pres., 3, Second Team Football, 2, 3, First Team Foot- ball, 4, H. R. Basketball Capt., 2. Steadman, Robert: Fast man. Stobaugh, Kenneth: He's the joker in my card deck. Football Squad, 3, 4, Viking Varieties, 4: Physiooraohv Club, 4, Boys' Giga Club, 4, Washington Play, 4, H, R, Parliamentarian, 3, Sep, 4, Storey, Bill: Jolly good kid. Letterman, track, 3, 4, Letterman Foot- ball and Basketball, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, H, R, Pres., 3, 4, Senior Ballot. Stubbs, Paul: Fraternity minded. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Member, 3, Rifle Club, Z, 3, R. O. T. C. Pvt., 3. Tamborello, Angelina: Wonderful. Hygeia Club, 4, T, L, S., 4, General Honor Roll, 4. fUm'rrii" 7 'I L1 Smith, Shirley: Sophisticated and smooth. C, L, S., 3, 4, Printers C'ub Pres., 3 cil, 3, Girl Reserve, 3, 4. Speck, Ruth: A large speck. Springer, Dean: mend wavy hair. H, R. Pres., 2, 4. Stephens, Norma: "The play's the thing." A. L, S., 2, 3, 4, Treas., 4, Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 2, V,-Pres., 4, l-l. R. Sec., 3, 4, Spring Play, 4, Debate Team, 4, Girl Reserve, 4, Senior Ballot. Stoner, Glen: We envy him. Cpl. R. O, T. C., 3, Sgt. R. O. T. C., 4. Straw, Norma: She's after her own heart. Swanson, Caroline: Quiet and demure. Tate, Loraine: Studious--and it pays. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, Highest Honor Roll, 4, A, L. S. Treas., 4, Basketball Capt, 2, All-Star Basketball, 2, All- Star Volleyball, 2, H. R. Officer, 3. ll9 Business Mgr, Courier, 3, Student Counf Tatham, Betty: One of the best. Pep Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserve, 4. Teel, Nancy: Everybody likes Nancy. Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Senior Ballot. Thomas, Rosemary: Full of mischief and life. Latin Club, 4, General Honor Roll, 4. Thompson, Eldon: Sing me another song. Hi-Y, 2, 4, N. S. D., 3, 4, R. O. T, C. Ed. Courier, 4, Rifle Club, 2, 3, 4, First and Second Lt. R. O. T. C., 4, Color Guard, 3, Sgt. R, O. T, C., 3, Cpl.. 2, Band, 2, 3, 4, Propt. Mgr., 3, Office Mgr., 4, H. R. Pres., 2, Sec., 3, Treas., 3, H, R. Basketball Champions, 3, Vi- king Varieties, 4, Student Council, 2, Crack Company and Platoon, 3, Track, 4. Thurber, Shirley: Smart seemingly without effort. Student Council, 2, 3, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Volleyball, 3, All-Star Basketball, 3, H. R. Pres., 2, Seal Club, 3, 4, Toms, Gerald: A boy with many friends. Spanish Club, 4, N, S. D., 4. Turnbough, Adaline: A true Nor'easter and a grand girl. Van Cleove, Lee: A shy but popular fellow. Tatham, Bonnie: Her friends will tell you she-'s "tops." Pep Club, 3, 4. Thomas, Donald: Anyone who has missed Tom has really missed a swell guy, Stage Crew, 3. Thompson, Betty Zane: A greeting to everybody from Betty. Olympic Club, 4, All-Star Volleyball, 4. Thornton, Roger: A hard-working Viking, Sgt, R. O. T, C., 3, Lt. R. O. T, C., 4, A Cappella, 3, 4, Rifle Club. Tebbets, Dean: Thanks for the memories. Gen. Honor Roll, 4. Tosspon, Scott: He strives to please. Physiography Club, 4. Vallacqua, Anthony: A credit to Northeast. Vanderford, Margaret: Flaming hair and personality-thc same. Vaughn, Robert: A little bit of fun, Wade, Jane: Walking fashion plate. C. L, S., 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4, Critic, 4, Girl Reserve Chairman, 3, V.-Pres., 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 4, Ed,-in-Chief Cour- ier, 4, Pep Club Pres., 4, Mixer Comm., 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm., 3, 4, Jr, Ed. Annual, 3, Physiography Club, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 3, Sec., 3, Jr. Class Reporter, 3, Student Council, 3, H, R. Officer, 2, 3, 4, Class Day, 3, Ring and Pin Comm., 4, N, H. S., 4. Walker, Marie: Her time has been reserved. Printers Club, 4. Wampler, Wanda: Win or lose-a good "sport." H. R. Reporter, 4, Olympic Club, 3, 4, V.-Pres., 4, All-Star Volleyball, Z, 3, 4, All-Star Hockey, 2, All-Star Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Playday, 3. Webb, Clyde: Weaves his webb every place. Gen. Honor Roll, 4. Wheeler, Bryan: Trylon and perisphere, Jr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, 3, B. L. S., 2, 3, 4, V.fPres., 2, Pres., 3, Treas., 2, 4, Inter-Society Dance Comm., 2, 3, 4, Courier Staff, 3, Hi-Y Sec., 3, H. R. Pres., 2, 3. Wilcox, Patricia: A "designing" woman. A. L, S., 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres., 4, Co-Art Ed. Annua', 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Sec., 3, G, R., 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chair- man, 4, H. R, Pres., 2, 4, G. R. Mem- bership Chairman, 2, 3. Williams, Mary Louise: Her only fault is that she hasn't any. Vento, Rose: Quiet and small, but loads of fun. Welker, Betty: Our "Girl of the year." Class Sec., 3, 4, Cheer leader, 4, Nat'l Honor Society, 3, 4, Courier Staff, 3, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Executive Comm., 3, 4, Mixer Comm., 4, A. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Sec., 4, Viking Varieties, 2, 3, 4, Class Day, 3, Basketball Playday, 2, H. R. Pres., 2, Ring and Pin Comm., 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, R. O, T. C. Hop Queen, 3. Walters, Bill: urls, ho G your preafh. H. R. Pres., 2, H. R. Sec., 3. Ware, Charles: Beware. Wescott, Lorine: A most diligent worker. Gen. Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, C, L. S., 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 3, Sec., 4, V.-Pres., 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 3, Sr. Tri- angle Chairman, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, School Life Ed. Annual, 4, Courier Staff, 3, Jr.-Sr. Prorn Comm., 3, 4, Red Cross Chairman Student Council, 4, H. R. Officer, 2, 3, 4. Whitaker, Mavis: A fleeting smile and dark brown eyes, A. L. S., 2, 3, 4, Sgt,-at-Arms, 4, Girl Reserve, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 4, A Cappella, 3, 4. Williams, Mary Lee: Modesty becomes her. Williams, Ollie Mae: Quiet but always ready for fun. Willis, Beulah: One to be missed. Wynn, Phyllip: He alwaYS "WYN"S-H N. S. D,, 2, 3, 41 Gen, Honor Rollf 2, 3, Tennis Team, 4. Young, Dorothy: She is young, and full of zip. Zumwalt, Keith: He makes, the best of everything. Football, 4, H. R. Pres., 3: Student Council, 3, Annual Sales Campaign, 4. Apple, Chauncey: Call him flash. Student Council, 2, N. S H. Fe Pres., 3, Track Team, Brewer, Carl: , D., 3, 4, 3,4.- Trouble is his middle name. H. R. Pres., 2. Burns, Brian: A merry heart lives long. Carter, Doris: Nothing keeps her down. 22 Wood, Richard: Wood he do it? Natcherlyl Rifle Club, 2, 3, Dramatic Club, 4, Christmas Play Cast, 2, 4. Yeater, Ray: Beat those drums. N. S. D., 2, 3, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, Track Team, 2, 4. Zajic, Anna Mae: She knows what's what. Hygeia Club, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4, Highest Honor Roll, 3, Gen, Honor Roll, 2, 4. Aikins, Charles: Beau Toddy Brummel the 2nd, Class Giftorian, 4, Chairman Prom Comm., 4, Chairman Mixer Comm., 4, Mr. Northeast, 4, Dance Band Director, 3, 4, Viking Varieties, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, Band, 2, 3, 4, H, R. Of- ficer, 2, Football, 2, 3, Track, 2, 3. Blando, Mary: "Take a letter, Miss Secretary!" T. L, S., 3, 4, lntersociety Dance Comm.,'3. Browne, Marie: A dancing Vi-Queen. Viking Varieties, 2, 3, 4, Class Day, 2, D. L. S., 2. Cacioppo, Marion: To every man there is a way. Chiavetta, Theresa: Small and carefree. Clark, Virginia: -An ideal girl, Davis, Edna: A future Florence Nightingale. D. L. S., 3, Gen, Honor Roll, 3. Dqggins, Dorothy: Dorothy digs in, Hackney, William : lndustrious. H. R. Trcas., 2, H. R, Basketball Team, 3. Harge', Gwen: Popularity plus! A, L. S.. 3, 4, lnitiator, 4, Miss North east, 4, Girl Reserve, 4, Mixer Comm., 3, Dramatic Club, 3, 4, Reporter, 4 Student Council, 3, H, R. Pres., 3, 4 H, R. Sec., 4, R. O, T. C. Hop Aide, 4 Class Day Comm, 4, Safety Pins, 4 Senior Ballot. Izzard, Ernest: His friends call him "Buck." D. L, S., 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4. Licata, Lonnie: Little but mighty. Lea, Kay: Always a laugh up her sleeve, 5Danish Club, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Program Comm., 4, C, L. S., 4, Courier Staff, 4, H, R Sec., 4. Crockett, Corrine: Quiet and reserved. Dawkins, Barbara: "My kingdom for a horse." Olympic Club, 3, All-Star Basketball, 3, 4, All-Star Volleyball, 3, 4, Seal Club, 4, Hockey Playday, 4, Basketball Mgr., 4. Grace, Mary Catherine: ' ifci-ef :f Pep Club, 3, 4, H, R. V.-Pros., 4, Viking Varieties, 4. Hollquist, Peggy: Born for success if she wills it. Hersh, Glenn: They call him killer. H, R, V.-Pres., 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Treas., 3. Kittle, Margie: A little modesty is refreshing. A Cappella, 4, Second Place Solo Con- test, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3. Lawson, John: Quiet and sentimental. Physiography Club, 4, B. L, S., 4, Boys' Glee Club, 4. Lewis, Alice: Smart, sweet, and small. I2 24 Luteran, Margaret: Brown eyes and brown hair, and oh! Volleyball Playday, 3, Hockey Playday, 4, .All-Star Basketball, 3, All-Star Hockey, 3. McDaniels, Charles: A theatre success. R. O. T. C. Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4, Cham- pionship Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4, Chama pionship Rifle Team Capt., 4, H. R. Pres., 3, Lt, R. o. T. c., 4, i-ii-Y, 3, Marley, Bernice: Always ready for a good time. Courier Staff, 4, Physicgraphy Club, 4. Miller, Robert: One of the best. Overshiner, Joy: He was a welcome addition to N. E. this year. Hi-Y, 4. Peters, William: A friend to all-foe to none. H. R, Championship Basketball, 2, Gen- eral Honor Roll, 4. Remington, Kathryn: True Vi-Queen in every way. Girls' Chorus, 3, A Cappella, 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 4, Student Council, 3, Vi- king Varieties, 4. Strayhall, Albert: Knowing him is a pleasure. McCorkIe, Winona: Determination is her asset. McGinty, John: Did someone say work? Impossible! Second Rifle Team, 3, Rifle Club, 2. Miller, Eleanor: She delighted in serving Northeast. H. R. Pres., 2, H. R. Treas., 3, All-Star Hockey, 2, 3, All-Star Volleyball, 2, 3, Seal Club, 3, 4. Miller, Sally Ruth: Ways that win. Student Council, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Pres., 3, Girl Reserve, 3, 4. Paschal, Doris: She looks sweet as sugar. H. R. V. Pres., 2, H. R. Sec., 2. Y Rainey, Joseph: The man behind the scenes. B. L. S, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 3, Stage Crew, 3, 4, H. R. Sec., 2, H. R. Parli., 4, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, Student Council, 3, 4. Rogers, William: Never a dull moment. Cheerleader, 3, Student Council, 4, H. R, Pres., 3, Annual Sales Campaign, 4, Printing Club, 4, Commercial Club, 3, Physicgraphy Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 2, Student Council Alt., 2, Gen. Honor Roll, 2, Hi-Y, Z, 3, 4, N Club, 3, Boys' Chorus, 2, 3. Suess, Wanda: One of those coeds. m Thornton, Eleanor: Shy and very sweet. Physiography Club, 4. Tutorino, Antoinette: Litttle Miss Secretary. Vogliardo, Victor: Tuggle, June: The flashlight fiend. Valenti, Lucille: Northeast's Artist Extraordinary. Walker, Stanley: Talk a little louder, please! Cheerleader, 3, 4, Student Council Pres., 4, All-City Council, 4, Art Honor Pres, Retailing class, 3. Weighill, Eugene: Sing me a song. N. S. D., 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Phys- iography Club, 3, H. R. Pres., 3, Stu- dent Council, 4, Gen, Honor Roll, 4, H. R, Basketball Capt., 2, Solo Contest, 3, 4, Viking Varieties, 4, A Cappella 4, Boys' Chorus, 2, 3. Young, Dorothy: She certainly isn't old! Nance, Paul: lOO4Xg-all the way through. M. C, of Hop, 3, 4, R. O. T. C. Ed. of Annual, 3, Public Relations Officer, 4, Second Place Am. Legion Contest, 3, Spring Play, 2, Christmas Play, 2, 4, Dramatic Club Critic, 2, Pres., 3, Rifle Club, 2, Hi-Y, 3, 4, World Brother- hood Chairman, 3, Program Chairman, 3, Pres., 4, N. S. D., 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, 3, V -Pres., 3, Parliamentarian, 4, Pres., 4, Lit. Contest, 2, 3, Third Place Dec., 3, Debate Team, 3, Courier Staff, 3, Nat'l Honor Society, 3, Class Giftorian, 3, Class Pres., 4, Gen. Honor Roil, 2, 3, 4, Viking Varieties, 4, Student Council, 2, Ring and Pin Comm., 3. Moore, Constance: One of the nicest. Student Council, 2. Merriot, Raymond: No one at N. E, can ever forget his antics. Football, 4, Society, 4'FN. S. D., Z, 3, 4, Sec., 3, 4, Class Day Comm., 4, Mixer Comm., 4, Class V.-Pres., 3, City Hall Day Park Supt., 3, Ring and Pin Comm., 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres., 2, Sec., 4, Art Club, 3, Courier Staff, 3, Viking Varieties, 3, 4, H. R. Pres., 2, V.-Pres., 3. Welborn, Virginia: She is really well born. Girl Reserve, 2, 3, Printers Club, 3, 4, Sec., 4, Pep Club, 3, 4. Brackenbury, Ray: He is headed for the top. Golf Team, 4, Physiography Club Pres., 4, Student Council, 4, Solo Contest, 3, Viking Varieties, 4, Talent -Assembly, 4, Boys' Glee Club, 3, 4, Boys' Quartette, 4, H. R, Pres., 2, H. R. V.-Pres.. 2. Tobin, Richard: He will be a printer some day. Printers Club, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4, H. R. V.-Pres., 2. Jefferies, Wesley: He has a gleam of mischief in those eyes. Combat Day Comm., 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Basketball, 3, 4, Civil Aeronautics Patrol, 4, H. R. Pres., 2, Sec., 3, Hi-Y, 2. Caruso, Angelo: Last but not least! 125 Q if Q6 'Nfl' f W,,,,.Qf I it We l. ln the lunchroom. 3. Northeast Y,M.C.A. 4. ln the chemistry lab. 5. ln the drafting class, Neva Shelton, student manager of V.V, 2. Scene from the Inter-Society Dance Dorothy Ellis, our candidate in history contest. Betty Welker, student director of the line cho Helen Johnson, business manager of the V.V. Theta's on a skating social event. Helper in an air raid drill, Refreshments at the lnter-Society Dance. Hi-Y, Girl Reserve Banquet. First Aid. 126 rus in V.V. ,ef bitt than 15 First Semester Society presidents and the dates. Chess in one of the gym clas ez. In the chemistry lab. Interested, Charles St. Lows. Sales Class. Yum! Yum! Devotional. In the lunchroom. Group of Theta's on their Social Event. Inter-Society Dance. The Orchestre at work, I2 X1 5 if I L A? . ,W .L 2 , 5 L..,,Q.. 4fx ,. 4. ,I ,Mi l-, ee: W.. , H sf 1. -1 E . . W ,L.' 4 Tw,-:Els K. 7' '-h, M5q,,1jw- . .ffm 3,5 :::AeQ5g31ggqggf.Qvf,,7 24 i A 4. M M ,L,V,L.l.1,,,-QW, V 4- f,.gg wi rQ,5ff,sgfff55gffy:1k ,aw .MQ-xg5gf,,L5i,k vw 1 Q ad I lf 0 dx, 9 A Q.. 3' M - gb Mk. . f-lg.qgif:E??5?E 12, ,ff 529 ,,,, , , TOTE? !J'HPttt1i i E To these former Northeast students and graduates, arid perhaps some whose names we have missed who have given their lives to stamp out the New Order and to keep Democracy alive we pay tribute FRED DREYER JOHN HALL ROBERT LASS KENNETH SAMPSON VINCENT TARWATER . 0 Art Honor Society .... Ball, R A., Counselor. . . Ballot. . . Band .........,. Board of Education. . . Boys' Sports ..........,. . Second Team Football. . . First Team Football ..... Second Team Basketball. First Team Basketball. . . Tennis Team ,..... Track ...... Candid Shots. . . Cartoons .... . . . . . . Chapin, A. T., Principal. . . Class Day Committee .... Clubs Art ..... Dramatic. . . Latin ,,.. Olympic ...... Pbysiography .... Pep ........ Seal. . . Spanish .... Contents ..... Courier Staff ............. Davis, G. W., Vice-Principal. . . Dedication ..... ....... Faculty ...... Girl Reserves. . . Girls' Sports .... Hi-Y ...... Honor Rolls .... In Memoriam .... Introduction. . Junior Class .... Junior Officers ............ Junior-Senior Prom Committee. . . J unior Story .............. Library ......... . . . National Honor Society .... helm ...2l, ..24 ..ll ........95 ....52, 53,54 I6 73 ....72,74,75 ........ so ....77, 78, 79 76 47, 48, 54, 58, 87, 88, IZ6, 127, l28 .......l7, 25, 33, 39, 49, 59, 67, 7l,90 .,46 .. 26 .. 28 .. 26 .. 27 .. 28 .. 82 .. 27 .. 26 .. 5 .. 40 ..11 U...... 1 ....l3,l4,l5 .,......U. 29 ...83,84,85,86 .......3o,s1 ....22,23 ..,l29 ... 4 ....9o,91 ... 89 .. 46 .. as .. 34 .. 24 Index Nor'Easter Advisors. . . . . . 42 Campaign .... . . . 4l Committees .... . . . 42 Staff .......... . . . 43 Nurse and Assistants. . . . . . 44 Office Staff ,....... . . I2 Orchestra .............. . . . 53 Parent-Teacher Association. . . . 32 Photographs of Northeast .... . . .l, 2 Prophecy .............. . . . 97 R. O. T. C. Y Cornpany A .... . . . 64 Company B .... . . . 64 Company C .... . . . 65 Company D .... . . . 65 Officers .... . . . 62 Hop ,....... . . . 63 Rifle Team .... .. . 66 Safety Pins ..... . . . 45 Senior Officers .... ..... 9 8 Senior Panels. . . .. .99-l25 Senior Story .... . . . 94 Societies Alpha. . . . . . 68 Benton. . . . . . 69 Clionian . . . 69 Debator, ,, . .. 68 Delta. . . . . 70 Theta .... . . . 70 Sophomore Class. . . . . 35 Sophomore Story .... . . l0 Spring Play Cast .... . . . 45 Stage Crew ...... . . . 44 Student Council Committees. . . .... 18, I9 First Semester. .. . . . l8 Second Semester. . . . . 19 At work ...... . . . 20 Vocal Music A Cappella ..,,. ... 57 Boys' Glee Club. . . .... . . 56 Quartets ...... . . .55, 56. 57 Girls' Chorus. ........ 56 Viking Varieties .... .... 5 0, Sl Will ........... . . . 96 f,5m6.,Z gn., "JT, x ff lf .1 'f-'vm , f . lv f" X' L' , rf- . , I f I Q- d v' f Mx f ,f 4 . ' I f f -1 o R ' 1 JQ A , . f, -if , . 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